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Eagles sign ex-49ers S Jaquiski Tartt to one-year deal

Jun 17, 2022 at 3:10 PM--


The Philadelphia Eagles have signed former San Francisco 49ers safety Jaquiski Tartt to a one-year deal. He was an unrestricted free agent.


In April, the 49ers admitted that they had not spoken with Tartt but didn't completely rule out bringing the safety back. However, it didn't sound like a priority.

"We haven't talked to Quaski," general manager John Lynch said. "We haven't gone there yet. We'll see. He's a free agent. We think highly of Quaski. He played a lot of good football for us, and we're grateful for that. Talented, talented dude. He'll play in this league and continue to play at a high level."


San Francisco made Tartt (6-1, 215) a second-round selection out of Samford in 2015. He registered a career-high 66 tackles, five tackles for a loss, a quarterback hit, and a pass defensed through 14 game appearances with the 49ers last season.

Tartt, 30, has recorded 367 tackles, four sacks, 18 passes defensed, four interceptions, and two forced fumbles in 80 game appearances (64 starts) through his seven NFL seasons.

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