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2017 49ers Free Agency Tracker

Mar 9, 2017 at 10:00 AM--
Updated Apr 21, 2017 at 8:17 AM


The following is a list that tracks San Francisco 49ers signings, interests, and losses during free agency, which officially kicked off on Thursday, March 9 at 1 p.m. Pacific.

Some of the names on this list were signed prior to March 9, due to those players not being on an NFL roster.

This list will be updated frequently throughout the early days of free agency so please bookmark it and check back often for the latest information.

New 49ers


QB Matt Barkley (Bears, 2-yr deal, $4M, $500K guaranteed)
WR DeAndre Carter (Patriots, 2-yr deal, $1.02M)
LB Brock Coyle (Seahawks, 1-yr)
LB Jayson DiManche (Lions, 1-yr)
WR Pierre Garçon (Redskins, 5-yr deal, $47.5M, $12M signing bonus)
OT Garry Gilliam (Seahawks, 1-yr, $2.2M, $1.4M guaranteed)
WR Marquise Goodwin (Bills, 2-yr, $8M)
K Robbie Gould (Giants, 2-yr, $4M, $1M guaranteed)
RB Tim Hightower (Saints, 1-yr, $1.1M, $300K guaranteed)
QB Brian Hoyer (Bears, 2-yr, $12M, $10M guaranteed, $6M in incentives)
DB Don Jones (Texans, 2-yr, $2.2M)
FB Kyle Juszczyk (Ravens, 4-yr, $21M, $10M guaranteed)
DT Earl Mitchell (Dolphins, 4-yr, $16M)
TE Logan Paulsen (Bears, 1-yr, $1M)
WR Aldrick Robinson (Falcons, 2-yr, $4M, $500K guaranteed)
LB Malcolm Smith (Oakland, 5-yr, $26.5M, $11.5M guaranteed)
LB Dekoda Watson (Broncos, 3-yr, $5M, $1M signing bonus)
CB K'Waun Williams (Browns, 1-yr, $765K)
C Jeremy Zuttah (trade w/ Ravens)

Returning 49ers


LB Carl Bradford (tendered ERA, 1-yr, $615K)
RB DuJuan Harris (1-yr)
DT Chris Jones (1-yr, $825k)
WR Jeremy Kerley (3-yr, $8.4M, $3.8M guaranteed)
DL Mike Purcell (tendered EFA, 1-yr, $615K)

Reported Interest


* OT Byron Bell (signed w/ Cowboys)
* CB A.J. Bouye (signed w/ Jaguars)
* WR Kenny Britt (signed w/ Browns)
* WR Alshon Jeffery (signed w/ Eagles)
* QB Ryan Mallett (re-signed w/ Ravens)
* DT Terrell McClain (signed w/ Redskins)
* DT Domata Peko (signed w/ Broncos)
* DT Dontari Poe (signed w/ Falcons)
* WR Terrelle Pryor (signed w/ Redskins)

* Free agents lost

49ers Unrestricted Free Agents


* ILB Nick Bellore (signed w/ Lions)
* CB Marcus Cromartie (signed w/ Bills)
CB Chris Davis
* K Phil Dawson (signed w/ Cardinals)
DE Glenn Dorsey
* RB Shaun Draughn (signed w/ Giants)
TE Jim Dray
QB Blaine Gabbert
G Andrew Gardner
ILB Gerald Hodges
DE Tony Jerod-Eddie
QB Colin Kaepernick
QB Thaddeus Lewis
* WR Quinton Patton (signed w/ Jets)
QB Christian Ponder
WR Rod Streater
G Andrew Tiller
* ILB Michael Wilhoite (signed w/ Seahawks)

* Signed elsewhere

Released/Waived by 49ers


S Antoine Bethea (3-yr w/ Cardinals)
C Marcus Martin (claimed by Browns)
WR Torrey Smith (3-yr, $15M w/ Eagles)



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