Shaun Draughn filled in reasonably well for the 49ers last year, so they decided to give the project another shot.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, the 49ers have brought Draughn back on a one-year deal.
Signed last November after a rash of injuries, he started six games late in the year, and had a reasonably productive time for a fill-in (3.5 yards per carry).
He’s bounced all over the league in his career, spending time with the Chiefs, Ravens, Bears, Browns, Chargers and Browns again. But this offseason, he gets to stay put.