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2016 49ers Free Agency Tracker

Mar 7, 2016 at 1:18 PM--
Updated Mar 25, 2016 at 5:33 PM


The following is a list that follows San Francisco 49ers signings, interests, and losses during free agency, which officially kicked off on Wednesday, March 9 at 1 PM (PT).

This list will be updated frequently through the early days of free agency so please bookmark it and check back often for the latest information.

The Latest:

Due to a failed physical, the 49ers have shortened Ian Williams' five-year contract to a one-year deal. Read More

RB Lance Dunbar will return to the Cowboys on a 1-year deal.

The 49ers are among those that may be interested in LB Courtney Upshaw.

New 49ers:

G Zane Beadles (Jaguars, 3-yr, $11.75M deal)
QB Thad Lewis (Eagles, 1-yr, $760K deal)
WR Eric Rogers (CFL, 2-yr, $1.14M deal w/ $125K signing bonus)

Returning 49ers:

TE Garrett Celek (4-yr, $14M deal)
K Phil Dawson (1-yr, $3.134M deal)
DT Ian Williams (1-yr, $4M deal)

49ers have reportedly shown interested in:

OL Ted Larsen (Cardinals)
WR De'Anthony Thomas (Chiefs, trade)
LB Courtney Upshaw (Ravens)
* RB C.J. Anderson (offered a deal by MIA)
* RB Lance Dunbar (1-yr, $1.75M deal with DAL)
* CB Casey Hayward (3-yr deal with SD)
* LB James Laurinaitis (signed with NO)
* WR Marc Mariani (1-yr deal with CHI)
* RB Doug Martin (5-yr, $35.75M deal with TB)
* LT Russell Okung (5-yr deal with DEN)
* CB Sean Smith (4-yr, $38M deal with OAK)
* OG J.R. Sweezy (5-yr, $32.5M deal with TB)

49ers unrestricted free agents:

WR Anquan Boldin
RB Reggie Bush
* G Alex Boone (4-yr, $26.8M deal with MIN)

* Free agents lost



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