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49ers 2021 Offseason Recap: Signings, re-signings, draft picks, and departures

Jul 26, 2021 at 1:56 PM--


With training camp starting this week, it's time to recap the San Francisco 49ers' 2021 offseason. Below is a rundown of the team's offseason roster moves, including draft picks, signings, re-signings, and departures.

Salary Cap Space


$17,694,845, per OverTheCap.com

Draft Picks


Round 1, Pick 3: QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State
Round 2, Pick 48: OG Aaron Banks, Notre Dame
Round 3, Pick 88: RB Trey Sermon, Ohio State
Round 3, Pick 102: CB Ambry Thomas, Michigan
Round 5, Pick 155: OT Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan
Round 5, Pick 172: CB Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon
Round 5, Pick 180: S Talanoa Hufanga, USC
Round 6, Pick 194: RB Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana

Undrafted Free Agents Signed


LB Justin Hilliard, Ohio State
TE Josh Pederson, Louisiana-Monroe
LB Elijah Sullivan, Kansas State
WR Austin Watkins Jr, UAB
OL Alfredo Gutierrez, Tecnológico de Monterrey

Note: Each player was signed to a three-year contract

Free Agent Signings


LB James Burgess (Packers, 1-yr, $990K)
LB Samson Ebukam (Rams, 2-yr, $12M)
WR Bennie Fowler (Saints, 1-yr, $990K)
RB Wayne Gallman (Giants, 1-yr, $990K)
DT Maurice Hurst Jr. (Raiders, 1-yr, $1.045M)
S Tony Jefferson (DNP in 2020, 1-yr, $1.075M)
OL Senio Kelemete (Texans, 1-yr, $1.075M)
DL Zach Kerr (Panthers, 1-yr, $1.2M)
DE Arden Key (Raiders, 1-yr, $1.245M)
C Alex Mack (Falcons, 3-yr, $14.85M)
TE MyCole Pruitt (Titans, 1-yr, $990K)
WR Mohamed Sanu (Lions, 1-yr, $1.075M)
WR Trent Sherfield (Cardinals, 1-yr, $920K)
QB Nate Sudfeld (Eagles, 1-yr, $990K)
WR Nsimba Webster (Rams, claimed off waivers)
S Tavon Wilson (Colts, 1-yr, $1.125M)
DE Eddie Yarbrough (Vikings, 1-yr)

Re-signings


OL Daniel Brunskill (ERFA, 1-yr tender, $850K)
G Tom Compton (UFA, 1-yr, $1.075M)
WR River Cracraft (ERFA, 1-yr, $850K)
TE Ross Dwelley (RFA, 1-yr, $1.6M)
S Marcell Harris (RFA, 1-yr, $1.25M)
CB Dontae Johnson (UFA, 1-yr, $1.075M)
DT D.J. Jones (UFA, 1-yr, $3.5M)
FB Kyle Juszczyk (UFA, 5-yrs, $27M)
S Jared Mayden (UFA, 1-yr, $660K)
CB Emmanuel Moseley (RFA, 2-yrs, $9.4M)
S Kai Nacua (ERFA, 1-yr, $850K)
LS Taybor Pepper (RFA, 2-yr, $2.08M)
QB Josh Rosen (ERFA, 1-yr, $850K)
S Jaquiski Tartt (UFA, 1-yr, $1.13M)
CB Jason Verrett (UFA, 1-yr, $5.5M)
RB Austin Walter (ERFA, 1-yr, $780K)
CB Ken Webster (ERFA, 1-yr, $850K)
CB K'Waun Williams (UFA, 1-yr, $2.38M)
T Trent Williams (UFA, 6-rs, $138.06M)
DE Jordan Willis (UFA, 1-yr, $990K)
RB Jeff Wilson Jr. (ERFA, 1-yr, $2.03M)

Departures


QB C.J. Beathard (UFA, Jaguars)
DE Ronald Blair (released, UFA, Jets)
WR Kendrick Bourne (UFA, Patriots)
RB Tevin Coleman (UFA, Jets)
DE Kerry Hyder (UFA, Seahawks)
RB Jerick McKinnon (UFA, Chiefs)
QB Nick Mullens (non-tendered RFA, Eagles)
WR Trent Taylor (UFA, Bengals)
DL Solomon Thomas (UFA, Raiders)
LB Joe Walker (UFA, Washington)
CB Ahkello Witherspoon (UFA, Seahawks)

Retired


C Weston Richburg
TE Jordan Reed

Unsigned Free Agents


DE Ezekiel Ansah
C Tony Bergstrom
C Ben Garland
C Hroniss Grasu
DE Dion Jordan
LB Mark Nzeocha (non-tendered RFA)
CB Richard Sherman
CB Jamar Taylor



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