17 Mar 49ers free agency
The 49ers have made moves to retain a majority of their free agents and bring in developmental guys who can compete for starting roles. With the 2019 season in the rearview, the 49ers look to build this offseason and through the draft. Locking up 17 of our 41 free agents just a few days into free agency.
New faces to the team so far are:
OLB Samson Ebukam (2 yr, $12M)
Who is Ebukam? A fourth-round pick for the rams in 2017, he was able to rack up 95 solo tackles, 16 TFL, 14 sacks, and 28 QB hits. What stands out to me the most is his 40-time at 4.45 he has blazing speed able to get to the QB quickly and cover the field if needed. He’d be able to give DeMaco Ryans the ability to disguise blitz packages and allow Arik Armstead to move inside where he excels. This feels like a sneaky good deal for the 49ers not to mention the fun Kris Kocurek would have helping Ebukam solidify his rushing techniques.
C Alex Mack (1 yr, 5.5M)
Mack solidifies the Center position by being familiar with Shanahan’s system. An impressive stat line I noticed when looking at Mack was that he only allowed 1 sack in 633 snaps (per PFF). That’s a major upgrade from the slew of center’s we had this past season and would help solidify the IOL neck to Laken Tomlinson.
QB Josh Rosen (1 yr, $850K)
T Trent Williams (6 yrs, $138.06M)
FB Kyle Juszczyk (5 yrs, $27M)
RB Jeff Wilson (1 yr, $2.05M)
RB Austin Walter (1 yr, $780K),
OL Daniel Brunskill (1 yr tender, $850k)
WR River Cracraft (1 yr, $850K)
TE Ross Dwelley (1 yr, $1.6M)
TE Daniel Helm (1 yr, contract details pending)
LS Taybor Pepper (2 yrs, $2.08M)
S Marcell Harris (1 yr, $1.25M)
S Kai Nucua (1 yr, $850K)
CB Emmanuel Mosley (2 yrs, $9.4M)
CB Jason Verrett (1 yr, $5.5M)
CB Ken Webster (1 yr, $850K)
CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun (1 yr, contract details pending)
DT D.J. Jones (1 yr, contract details pending)