Rogers, whose 49ers face the New York Giants in Sunday’s NFC championship game, told The Post’s Barry Svrluga that he’s happy to be free of the day-to-day drama that defined his tenure with the Redskins.

“People say I wasn’t happy,” Rogers said. “It’s just because I spoke out. But it was the truth. It was the truth. And I’m gone. So what is it now? It’s still stuff going on. I know the guys on the team, so many guys is ready to leave. So many guys.”

Story: Carlos Rogers enjoying life after Redskins

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