49ers address injury issues by signing wide receiver, interior lineman [report]


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With Deebo Samuel and Richie James Jr. on the shelf, the 49ers signed Tavon Austin last week. Now without Jalen Hurd for the entire season and knocks to interior linemen Ben Garland and Weston Richburg, San Francisco called on more reinforcements.

The 49ers have signed WR Jaron Brown and OL Hroniss Grasu pending COVID 19, according to Ian Rapoport.

Brown, 30, is a seven-year veteran, had 220 yards on 16 catches last season with the Seahawks. Brown’s best season was with the Cardinals in 2017, when he gained 477 yards in 16 games and eight starts.

Grasu, 29, is a former third-round pick out of Oregon who appeared in just one game last year, and has only appeared in 18 total games throughout his four year career.

 

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