Keith Reaser: ‘Knee is feeling great!’

Mar 27, 2015 at 10:02 PM--


Cornerback Keith Reaser, last year's San Francisco 49ers fifth-round draft selection, posted a short video of a workout on Instagram and stated that his knee is feeling great and to expect big things in 2015. From the video, it certainly looks like he has recovered from the torn ACL that he suffered in a game against the University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers.

Reaser was drafted out of Florida Atlantic with the 170th overall selection. The 5'10" corner was considered a value pick and was placed on the PUP list, but has speed having recorded a 4.3 second 40.

The 49ers lost last season's starting cornerbacks, Chris Culliver (Washington) and Perrish Cox (Tennessee) to free agency. The team still has Tramaine Brock, who is signed through 2017, and general manager Trent Baalke has stated that he has faith in the team's cornerbacks.

The 49ers also re-signed Chris Cook and brought in Shareece Wright from the San Diego Chargers.

In his college career, he had 32 starts, 158 tackles, five interceptions, and one fumble recovery. Reaser will only cost the 49ers $476,200 in 2015.






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