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49ers 2022 Practice Squad Tracker

Aug 31, 2022 at 9:49 AM--
Updated Sep 1, 2022 at 10:28 AM

NFL teams are allowed to officially sign players to their practice squads starting today at 9 a.m. PT, which is the deadline to claim players off of waivers. The NFL allows each team to establish a practice squad of 16 eligible players. Practice squad players are eligible to sign with other teams only if they are being signed to a 53-man roster.

Below is a list of players who the 49ers are reportedly planning to sign to their initial 16-player practice squad for the upcoming season.

S Tashaun Gipson
Per Mike Garafolo, NFL Network

S Tayler Hawkins (Rookie)
Per Matt Barrows, The Athletic

CB Qwuantrezz Knight (Rookie)
Per Eric Branch, San Francisco Chronicle

WR Tay Martin (Rookie)
Per Aaron Wilson, Pro Football Network

LB Marcelino McCrary-Ball (Rookie)
Per Matt Barrows, The Athletic

OL Jason Poe (Rookie)
Per Matt Barrows, The Athletic

WR Willie Snead
Per Tom Pelissero, NFL Network

Additions reported by the 49ers

  • DL Alex Barrett
  • OL Alfredo Gutierrez
  • DB Dontae Johnson
  • DL Akeem Spence
  • OL Keaton Sutherland
  • DL Kemoko Turay
  • WR Malik Turner


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