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2018 49ers Free Agency Tracker

Mar 14, 2018 at 1:25 PM--
Updated Apr 11, 2018 at 10:23 AM


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The following is a list that tracks San Francisco 49ers signings, interests, and losses during free agency, which officially kicked off at the start of the new league year on Wednesday, March 14 at 1 p.m. PT. Some of the names on this list were signed prior to March 14, 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


LB Jeremiah Attaochu - Mar 15 (Chargers, 1-yr deal, $5.125M, $2.5M guaranteed)
G Jonathan Cooper - Mar 20 (Cowboys, 1-yr deal)
P Jeff Locke - Mar 12 (Lions, 1-yr deal)
RB Jerick McKinnon - Mar 14 (Vikings, 4-yr deal, $30M)
OL Weston Richburg - Mar 14 (Giants, 5-yr deal, $47.5M)
CB Richard Sherman - Mar 10 (Seahawks, 3-yr deal, $39.15M, $2M signing bonus)
LB Korey Toomer - Apr 4 (Chargers, 1-yr deal)

Returning 49ers


LB Brock Coyle - Mar 14
QB Jimmy Garoppolo - Feb 8 (UFA, 5-yr deal, $137.5M)
OL Garry Gilliam - Feb 27 (UFA, 2-yr deal, $8M)
DE Cassius Marsh - Feb 7 (UFA, 2-yr deal, $12.7M, $3.1M guaranteed)
LB Mark Nzeocha - Jan 26 (UFA, 1-yr deal, $705K)

Reported Interest


CB Delvin Breaux (Saints, ESPN)
* DB LaDarius Gunter (re-signed w/ Panthers)
* RB Dion Lewis (signed w/ Titans)
* LB Trent Murphy (signed w/ Bills)
* G Andrew Norwell (signed w/ Jaguars)
* WR Terrelle Pryor (signed w/ Jets)
* CB DeShawn Shead (signed w/ Lions)
* DB Jaylen Watkins (signed w/ Chargers)

* Signed elsewhere

49ers Unrestricted Free Agents


SS Eric Reid
DE Elvis Dumervil
DT Leger Douzable
WR Louis Murphy
CB Asa Jackson
C Tim Barnes
FS Antone Exum
* DE Tank Carradine (signed w/ Raiders)
* G Brandon Fusco (signed w/ Falcons)
* CB Leon Hall (signed w/ Raiders)
* RB Carlos Hyde (signed w/ Browns)
* CB Dontae Johnson (signed w/ Seahawks)
* DE/LB Aaron Lynch (signed w/ Bears)
* TE Logan Paulsen (signed w/ Falcons)

* Signed elsewhere

49ers Players Traded


C Daniel Kilgore - Mar 15 (to Dolphins after being re-signed on Feb 14)



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