NFL: 49ers sign WR Jauan Jennings through 2025 season


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The San Francisco 49ers have signed restricted free agent wide receiver Jauan Jennings through the 2025 season on a deal worth a reported $15.4 million.

The agreement includes $10.5 million guaranteed, ESPN reported Wednesday.

The 49ers announced it as a one-year extension after tendering Jennings a one-year contract worth $4.89 million in March. Jennings didn’t sign the tender while both sides kept working on a contract, per the report.

Jennings, 26, had one touchdown catch among his 19 receptions for 265 yards in 13 games (two starts) in 2023. Jennings had 10 catches for 111 yards in three postseason games, including a TD catch in the Super Bowl loss to Kansas City.

He has 78 catches for 963 yards and seven TDs in 45 career games (seven starts) since being drafted in the seventh round of the 2020 draft by the Niners.

Jennings spent the 2020 season on the team’s practice squad.

–Field Level Media


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