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2019 49ers Free Agency Tracker

Mar 11, 2019 at 7:33 AM--
Updated Mar 21, 2019 at 9:37 AM

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 13 at 1 p.m. PT. NFL teams were able to begin negotiations with player agents on Monday, March 11 at 9 a.m. PT.

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 Kwon Alexander - reported Mar 11, official Mar 13 (Buccaneers, 4-yr, $54M, $27M guaranteed)
  • K Jon Brown - Mar 8 (Bengals, 2-yr, $1.08M)
  • RB Tevin Coleman - Mar 13 (Falcons, 2-yr, $8.5M)
  • LB Dee Ford - reporter Mar 12, official via trade Mar 13 (Chiefs, 5-yr, $87.5M)
  • WR Jordan Matthews (Eagles, 1-yr, $1.8M)
  • LB David Mayo (Panthers, 2-yr, $2.5M)
  • CB Jason Verrett (Chargers, 1-yr, $3.6M)

Returning 49ers

  • S Antone Exum - Mar 14 (UFA, 1-yr)
  • K Robbie Gould - Feb 26 (Franchise tag, 1-yr, $4.971M)
  • LB Elijah Lee - Mar 14 (ERFA, 1-yr)
  • RB Raheem Mostert (RFA, 3-yr, $8.7M)
  • LS Kyle Nelson - Mar 12 (UFA, 4-yr, $4.54M)
  • LB Mark Nzeocha - Mar 15 (UFA, 3-yr)
  • G Mike Person - Mar 3 (UFA, 3-yr, $9M)
  • DB Jimmie Ward - Mar 13 (UFA, 1-yr, $4.5M)

Reported Interest

  • WR Jermaine Kearse (Jets, The Athletic)
  • * LB Anthony Barr (re-signed w/ Vikings, NBCSBA)
  • * RB Le'Veon Bell (signed w/ Jets, ESPN)
  • * CB Pierre Desir (re-signed w/ Colts, The Athletic)
  • * CB Bradley Roby (signed w/ Texans, NFL Network)
  • * LB Terrell Suggs (signed w/ Cardinals, KMVP-FM)

* Signed elsewhere

49ers Unrestricted Free Agents

  • RB Alfred Morris
  • * P Bradley Pinion (Buccaneers, 4-yr, ESPN)

* Signed elsewhere

49ers Exclusive Rights Free Agents

  • S Tyvis Powell

Will Not Return to the 49ers in 2019

  • LB Brock Coyle (released)
  • WR Pierre Garçon (contract option declined)
  • T Garry Gilliam (released)
  • DE Cassius Marsh (released)
  • DT Earl Mitchell (contract option declined)

Know of the 49ers' interest in a player not listed here? Let us know.

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