The San Francisco 49ers have signed 26-year-old offensive tackle Will Holden to the practice squad, according to Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area.


Holden takes the place of running back Jeff Wilson, who was promoted to the active roster on Saturday. The team waived rookie tight end Kaden Smith, likely with the hope of signing him to the practice squad to take Wilson's place, but the New York Giants claimed him.

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The Arizona Cardinals made Holden a fifth-round selection out of Vanderbilt in 2017. He has 11 game appearances and seven starts through his two NFL seasons. Holden spent part of this offseason with the Miami Dolphins and Seattle Seahawks after the Cardinals released him on July 20.