2015 49ers Free Agency Tracker

Mar 10, 2015 at 6:30 AM--


The following is a list that follows San Francisco 49ers signings, interests, and losses during free agency. This list will remain updated through the early days of free agency so check back often for the latest information.

Updated March 16, 2015 at 1:15 PM

New 49ers:

RB Reggie Bush (Signed with 49ers)
DE Darnell Dockett (2-yr, $7.5M deal)
RB Jarryd Hayne (3-yr, $1.58M deal)
OL Erik Pears (2-yr agreement with 49ers)
WR Jerome Simpson (2-yr, $1.73M deal)
WR Torrey Smith (5-yr, $40M deal, $22M guaranteed)
CB Shareece Wright (1-yr deal with 49ers)

Returning 49ers:

TE Garrett Celek (1-yr, $585K deal)
CB Chris Cook (1-yr deal)
QB Blaine Gabbert (2-yr, $3.9M deal)
DE Tony Jerod-Eddie (1-yr, $585K deal)
LS Kyle Nelson (4-yr, $3.48M deal)
ILB Michael Wilhoite (1-yr, $660K deal)

49ers have shown interested in:

OLB Trent Cole (2-yr, $16M deal with IND)
WR Kevin Dorsey
DL Ricky Jean Francois (3-yr, $9M deal with WAS)
WR Ted Ginn Jr. (2-yr, $4.2M deal with CAR)
WR Percy Harvin (1-yr, $6M deal with BUF)
QB Bryan Hoyer (2-yr, $10.5M deal with HOU)
QB Jake Locker (Retired)
CB Sterling Moore (Visiting 49ers)
RB C.J. Spiller (4-yr, $18M deal with NO)

49ers free agent losses:

OLB Desmond Bishop
CB Perrish Cox (Signing with TEN)
WR Michael Crabtree
CB Chris Culliver (4-yr, $32M deal with WAS)
RB Frank Gore (3-yr, $12M deal with IND)
G Mike Iupati (5-yr, $40M deal with ARI)
QB Josh Johnson
WR Brandon Lloyd
WR Kassim Osgood
OLB Dan Skuta (5-yr, $20.5M deal with JAX)
RB Alfonso Smith
RB Phillip Tanner

Retired 49ers:

S Raymond Ventrone (Joined NE coaching staff)
LB Patrick Willis





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