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49ers contract details emerge for K’Waun Williams, Jaquiski Tartt, Tavon Wilson, Dontae Johnson

Mar 26, 2021 at 6:31 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers currently have about $19.7 million in salary-cap space, per OverTheCap.com. That doesn't include the recent re-signing of defensive end Jordan Willis or the signing of defensive tackle Zach Kerr.

The cap reporting site has the details of a few of the 49ers' recent signings.

Safety Jaquiski Tartt signed a one-year deal to remain with the team that made him a second-round pick in 2015. Below is a breakdown of his contract for this year.

Base salary: $990,000
Prorated bonus: $137,500
Guaranteed salary: $850,000
Cap hit: $987,500

"It was stressing me because I've been here my whole time in the NFL," Tartt told reporters this week. "It's like a family here. For me, it was just coming back to where I was familiar with."

Cornerback K'Waun Williams also re-signed on a one-year deal. Below is a breakdown of his contract for this year, again, per OverTheCap.com.

Base salary: $2.24 million
Prorated bonus: $137,500
Guaranteed salary: $1.12 million
Cap hit: $1.13 million

Cornerback Dontae Johnson also re-signed on a one-year deal that has a base salary of $1.075 million.

Safety Tavon Wilson is an addition to the 49ers roster. He, too, signed a one-year deal with San Francisco. It includes a base salary of $1.075 million and a total per-game roster bonus of $50,000.





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