What year are the 49ers’ remaining tight ends signed through?

Aug 21, 2015 at 4:18 PM--


This week, the San Francisco 49ers traded two of their tight ends. Asante Cleveland went to the New England Patriots and Derek Carrier to the Washington Redskins.

The team still has six tight ends under contract. How long are they signed through? Here is a list along with their average yearly cap hit starting this season and not counting previous seasons under their current contract.

Vernon Davis (2015 - Avg. Cap Hit: $6,967,920)
Garrett Celek (2015 - Avg. Cap Hit: $735,000)
Vance McDonald (2016 - Avg. Cap Hit: $1,063,394)
Xavier Grimble (2016 - Avg. Cap Hit: $480,000)
Blake Bell (2018 - Avg. Cap Hit: $696,283)
Busta Anderson (2018 - Avg. Cap Hit: $583,196)

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  • Who is most likely to take Vernon Davis' place if he does not return after this season?
  • Blake Bell
    56%
  • Vance McDonald
    23%
  • 2016 draft pick
    7%
  • Garrett Celek
    7%
  • Busta Anderson
    4%
  • Free agent
    3%
  • Xavier Grimble
    0%
  • 221 votes



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