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13-3, 1st in NFC West

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers WR Kendrick Bourne signed his restricted free-agent tender offer on Monday. He will earn $3.259 million next season and then is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent. A key red zone/third down weapon for the Niners is back in the fold. Bourne had 30 catches for 358 yards and 5 TDs in the regular season last year. A total of 23 of those catches went for touchdowns or first downs. He had 6 catches for 88 yards and a touchdown in playoffs. Five of those went for first downs or TDs.

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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

At the end of the first day of new league year, here's where the 49ers stand: Re-signed: DL Arik Armstead, OT Shon Coleman Agreed to re-sign: S Jimmie Ward, DL Ronald Blair III, OL Ben Garland Tendered RFAs: WR Kendrick Bourne (2nd), RB Matt Breida (2nd) Traded: DT DeForest Buckner Signed elsewhere: TE Levine Toilolo Clear priority on retaining their own players. The Niners will now continue to monitor markets of others, including WR Emmanuel Sanders, to see if they can find some bargains.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers are re-signing OL Ben Garland on a one-year deal worth $2.25 million. Garland announced his return on social media. For San Francisco, this is another example of the value they're placing on depth, as well as their continued efforts to keep as much of last year's NFC championship team together. Garland is a solid depth player with the versatility to play anywhere along the interior. Keeping him means keeping the depth they relied on so much last year in place for another run.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers put second-round tenders on restricted free agent WR Kendrick Bourne and RB Matt Breida. They would receive a second-round pick if another team signed either player to an offer sheet and they chose not to match. Barring that, the Niners will pay each of them $3.259 million on a one-year deal and they would become unrestricted free agents next year. The Niners would like to hang on to Breida and Bourne but it wouldn't be a surprise if one or both draw at least some outside interest.

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Source: Ward staying with 49ers on 3-year deal

Free safety Jimmie Ward, a longtime favorite of 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, gets to stay with the only NFL franchise he has ever known after agreeing to terms on a three-year, $28.5 million deal, a league source confirmed to ESPN.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers capped a busy day Monday by agreeing with FS Jimmie Ward on a new three-year deal worth $28.5 million, according to a league source. After getting DL Arik Armstead signed and trading DT DeForest Buckner, Ward was the next priority. This seems like a lot of money for Ward but he showed what he could do when healthy in 2019 and the Niners believe he can do things other safeties can't do in the deep post. Now, the 49ers will bring back 10 of 11 defensive starters from last season.

Team Stats

Passing Yards237.013th
Rushing Yards144.12nd
Points For29.92nd
Points Against19.425th