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49ers 2019 10-Player Practice Squad Tracker

Sep 1, 2019 at 8:15 AM--


NFL teams are allowed to sign players to their practice squads starting Sunday at 10 a.m. PT. This is following the 9 a.m. PT deadline to claim a player off of waivers.

A maximum of four players on a team's practice squad can have two years of NFL experience. A player is credited with a year of experience after spending six games on the active roster. No player can spend more than three seasons on NFL practice squads.


Players on a practice squad can be claimed by any NFL team but must be placed on that team's active 53-player roster. The San Francisco 49ers spent Friday and Saturday trimming their roster down to the 53-player limit.

RELATED 2019 49ers 53-player roster breakdown at Saturday cut-down deadline

Below is a list of players who the 49ers have reportedly signed to their initial 10-player practice squad for the upcoming season.

LB Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles
Per 49ers
The 49ers signed Flannigan-Fowles as an undrafted free agent in April.

DT Kevin Givens
Per Matt Barrows
Givens expects to be signed to the 49ers practice squad.

S Marcell Harris
Per Matt Barrows
The 49ers made Harris a sixth-round draft pick out of Florida in 2018. He spent the first part of last season on injured reserve but was activated on November 1, 2018. Harris finished the season with 34 combined tackles.

TE Daniel Helm
Per Matt Barrows
Helm intends to join the 49ers practice squad. The Los Angeles Chargers signed him as an undrafted free agent in April. San Francisco claimed Helm off waivers on August 2.

WR Malik Henry
Per Matt Barrows
The 49ers guaranteed nearly $90,000 to sign Henry as an undrafted free agent in April.

LB Elijah Lee
Per 49ers
The Minnesota Vikings made Lee a seventh-round pick out of Kansas State in 2017. The 49ers signed him off the Vikings practice squad on September 13, 2017. Lee recorded 65 combined tackles, a sack, two passes defensed, and a forced fumble through 16 games and five starts with San Francisco last year.

G Ross Reynolds
Per 49ers
The 49ers initially signed Reynolds as an undrafted free agent in April.

OT Ryan Pope
Per Matt Maiocco
The 49ers intend to sign Pope, who was recently waived by the Detroit Lions.

DE Jeremiah Valoaga
Per Aaron Wilson
Valoaga finished second in the NFL in sacks this preseason with 4.5. The 49ers initially signed him on August 8.

RB Jeff Wilson
Per Matt Barrows
Wilson was signed by the 49ers on April 29, 2018 (officially announced May 1, 2018) as an undrafted free agent. He was signed to the practice squad last year and then promoted to the active roster on November 24, 2018. Wilson appeared in six games with two starts last season while rushing for 266 yards on 66 carries.

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