Why the 49ers Re-Signed Ross Dwelley

Mar 6, 2021 at 2:00 PM--


The 49ers just re-signed their most underrated player, tight end Ross Dwelley. They gave him a one-year contract extension through next season. Dwelley was scheduled to become a restricted free agent, but chose not to test the market. Instead, he stayed with the team that signed him as an undrafted ...Continue reading
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