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49ers sign OT Hubbard to reported one-year, $1.375M deal

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The 49ers on Tuesday added veteran depth to their offensive line.

San Francisco signed free-agent offensive tackle Chris Hubbard to a one-year contract, the team announced.

The one-year deal is worth $1.375 million contract, NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday morning, citing a source.

The 49ers also announced that they have signed defensive lineman Shakel Brown to a one-year contract.

In corresponding moves to make room on the roster, defensive lineman Earnest Brown IV and offensive lineman Corey Luciano were waived

Hubbard started all nine of his games with the Tennessee Titans during the 2023 NFL season before sustaining a season-ending biceps injury last November.

The 10-year NFL vet has played with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, and most recently, the Titans.

Hubbard has logged 94 appearances and 58 starts over the course of his decade-long career. In a shortened season last year with Tennessee, he allowed four sacks and 18 pressures in 473 offensive snaps and 292 pass-blocking snaps.

In his 11th NFL season, the versatile swing tackle will hope to make an impact to help the 49ers return to the Super Bowl next season.

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