49ers sign Mike Person to three-year deal

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The 49ers signed starting right guard Mike Person to a three-year, $9 million deal that includes $3 million guaranteed, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Person, 30, started all 16 games in his first season in San Francisco. He appears to have found a home after playing for four other teams.

The 49ers made Person a seventh-round pick in 2011, but he never played a down for them until last season. He played games for the Seahawks, Rams, Falcons and Colts before returning to San Francisco last May.

Person has appeared in 59 games, with 34 starts in his career.

2 responses to “49ers sign Mike Person to three-year deal

  1. Person was ranked by PFF 18th out of more than 70 guards, with a lot of those snaps taken with a bad foot. Got a lot of cred among his teammates for playing through that injury.
    Better run blocker than a pass protector.

    From the Niners standpoint that’s a pretty good deal for a starter on the OL.

  2. Hopefully the Person signing signals bye bye to Josh Garnett, the 2016 first round pick of Trent Baalke in what was one of the most pathetic 49er drafts of all time, and luckily for 49er fans Baalke’s last.

    Please don’t let the door hit you on the way out. You are a bad football player.

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