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Jauan Jennings, Daniel Brunskill sign one-year tendered contracts with 49ers

Apr 19, 2022 at 1:36 PM--


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The San Francisco 49ers announced that wide receiver Jauan Jennings and offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill have signed their one-year tendered contracts with the team. Jennings was an exclusive-rights free agent while Brunskill was a restricted free agent.

San Francisco made Jennings (6-3, 212) a seventh-round selection out of Tennessee in 2020. The receiver didn't play during his rookie season. In 2021, he registered 24 receptions for 282 yards with five touchdowns through 16 game appearances with the 49ers, proving to be a solid third receiver and chain-mover for the team.

Jennings also added six receptions for 43 yards through three playoff games. His best game of the season came in the Week 18 win over the Los Angeles Rams when he hauled in six passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns.

The Atlanta Falcons signed Brunskill as an undrafted free agent out of San Diego State in 2017. He played for the San Diego Fleet of the now-defunct AAF league before signing with the 49ers on April 11, 2019. The 49ers signed Brunskill to a one-year deal on March 20, 2020, and then placed a one-year exclusive-rights free agent tender on him on March 12, 2021, officially re-signing him a month later.

Brunskill, 28, has 47 game appearances and 40 starts through his three seasons in San Francisco, including 33 starts over the last two seasons. The versatile offensive lineman has experience at center, guard, and tackle.

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