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49ers sign former Eagles QB Nate Sudfeld to a one-year deal

By David Bonilla
Apr 7, 2021

The San Francisco 49ers announced that the team has signed former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nate Sudfeld to a one-year deal. The Washington Football Team made Sudfeld a sixth-round selection out of Indiana in 2016. He signed with the Eagles practice squad before the 2017 season. Sudfeld completed five-of-12 attempts (41.7 percent) for 32 yards and an interception in one game with the Eagles last season, per NFL.com. San Francisco now has four quarterbacks on its roster. They are Jimmy Garoppolo, Josh Rosen, Josh Johnson, and now Sudfeld. The team is expected to draft a quarterback with the No. 3 overall pick, which they acquired on March 26 via a trade with the Miami Dolphins. Sudfeld, 27, has completed 67.6 percent of his passes for 188 yards



49ers insider shocked by details of QB Nate Sudfeld's one-year deal

By David Bonilla
Apr 8, 2021

Details emerged on the one-year deal former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nate Sudfeld signed with the San Francisco 49ers. Salary cap site OverTheCap.com provided the breakdown. Sudfeld will earn a base salary of $990,000 this year, of which $252,000 is guaranteed, and the quarterback will carry a cap hit of $850,000. ESPN's Field Yates reports that there is $137,500 worth of incentives available. Some recent contracts signed:Lions CB Quinton Dunbar: $137.5K to sign, $990K base salaryCardinals QB Colt McCoy: $137,500 to



OL Daniel Brunskill signs one-year tender, 49ers waive TE Chase Harrell

By Site Staff
Apr 13, 2021

The San Francisco 49ers announced that exclusive-rights free agent Daniel Brunskill, an offensive lineman, has signed his one-year tender. The Niners tendered the one-year contract to Brunskill on March 12. The Atlanta Falcons signed Brunskill as an undrafted free agent out of San Diego State in 2017. He played for the San Diego Fleet of the now-defunct AAF league before signing with the 49ers on April 11, 2019. Brunskill, 27, has 30 game appearances and 23 starts through his two seasons in San Francisco. The versatile offensive lineman started all 16 games in 2020 and has experience at center, guard, and tackle. San Francisco also announced that Chase Harrell has been waived. The tight end signed a reserve/future contract with the team on January



Mike McDaniel discusses his new role as 49ers offensive coordinator

By David Bonilla
Apr 15, 2021

Mike McDaniel started working with Kyle Shanahan with the Houston Texans. He is one of the San Francisco 49ers head coach's most trusted assistants, serving as the team's run-game coordinator during his first four seasons in Santa Clara. In January, McDaniel was promoted to offensive coordinator, becoming the first coach under Shanahan to hold that title. "Immediately, you're trying to prove your worth and prove the people right that have really invested in you and invested in your career, and given you opportunities, and et cetera, et cetera," McDaniel recently told 49ers.com reporter Keiana Martin. "It instills a level of hunger on top of the hunger that you already had." After McDaniel


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