The San Francisco 49ers have signed veteran long snapper Jon Condo to a one-year deal. News of the signing was first reported by Matt Barrows of The Athletic. Condo worked out for the team on Tuesday.

To make roster room, the 49ers waived long snapper Colin Holba, which was first reported by Howard Balzer of BalzerFootball.com.



San Francisco also worked out long snapper Garrison Sanborn on Tuesday but ultimately went with adding Condo to the roster.

Condo, 38, is a two-time Pro Bowl selection. The Dallas Cowboys signed the long snapper as an undrafted free agent out of Maryland in 2005. He spent the majority of his career with the Oakland Raiders (2006–17) and part of last season with the Atlanta Falcons.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers made Holba a sixth-round draft pick out of Louisville in 2017. He was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars on November 14, 2017, and then waived on June 14, 2018, before playing for the Atlanta Legends of the Alliance of American Football since.

The 49ers signed Holba on December 5, 2018, to replace Kyle Nelson, who is serving a 10-game suspension. San Francisco signed Nelson to a four-year extension through 2022. He has four games remaining in his suspension.

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