2020 49ers Free Agency Tracker: Signings, Interests, Losses

Mar 18, 2020 at 1:00 PM--
Updated Apr 2, 2020 at 5:46 PM

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 18 at 1 p.m. PT. NFL teams were able to begin negotiations with player agents on Monday, March 16 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

Returning 49ers

  • DE Arik Armstead (UFA, 5-yr, $85M, NFL Network)
  • DE Ronald Blair (UFA, 1-yr, $2.3M, NFL Network)
  • T Shon Coleman (UFA, 1-yr, $825,000)
  • C Ben Garland (UFA, 1-yr, $2.25M, NFL Network)
  • S Jimmie Ward (UFA, 3-yr, $28.5M)

Reported Interest

  • TE Geoff Swaim (Jaguars, The Athletic)
  • TE Jordan Reed (Washington, The Athletic)
  • * WR Phillip Dorsett (Seahawks, 1-yr, ESPN)
  • * TE Austin Hooper (Browns, 4-yr, $44M, NFL Network)
  • * OL Connor McGovern (Jets, 3-yr, $27M, 9News)
  • * DE Ndamukong Suh (Buccaneers, 1-yr, $8M, NFL Network)

* Signed elsewhere

49ers Restricted Free Agents Tendered

  • WR Kendrick Bourne (RFA, 1-yr, 2nd-rd tender, The Athletic)
  • RB Matt Breida (RFA, 1-yr, 2nd-rd tender, ESPN)

49ers Exclusive Rights Free Agents

  • OL Daniel Brunskill (ERFA, 1-yr)
  • TE Ross Dwelley (ERFA, 1-yr)
  • * CB Emmanuel Moseley (ERFA, 1-yr)
  • * QB Nick Mullens (ERFA, 1-yr)
  • * RB Jeff Wilson Jr. (ERFA, 1-yr)

* Unsigned

49ers Unrestricted Free Agents

  • CB Dontae Johnson
  • WR Jordan Matthews
  • DE Damontre Moore
  • CB Jason Verrett

Free to Sign Elsewhere

  • T Andrew Lauderdale (ERFA, no offer)

Will Not Return to 49ers in 2020

  • DT DeForest Buckner (traded to Colts for the No. 13 overall pick)
  • DT Sheldon Day (UFA, Colts, 1-yr, NFL Network)
  • LB Elijah Lee (RFA, not tendered, Lions, Detroit News)
  • T Mike Person (released, ESPN)
  • WR Emmanuel Sanders (UFA, Saints, 2-yr, $16M, ESPN)
  • TE Levine Toilolo (UFA, Giants, 2-yr, $6.2M, ESPN)
  • DE Anthony Zettel (UFA, Vikings)

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

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