The San Francisco 49ers were busy on Saturday after announcing the signings of cornerbacks in Shareece Wright and Chris Cook, while also coming to agreements with Reggie Bush and Erik Pears. Here’s an updated look at where the San Francisco 49ers currently stand:
RB Jarryd Hayne -- The Australian rugby star chose the Niners, whom he said gave him $100,000 guaranteed on a futures/reserve contract, over the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks. He plans to play running back and special teams ... if he makes the squad.
DL Darnell Dockett -- After agreeing to a two-year, $7.5 million contract, the former Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowler stays in the division to fortify the D-line, which will already be without Ray McDonald and possibly also Justin Smith.
WR Jerome Simpson -- The acrobatic wideout known for his forward somersault TD for Cincinnati -- and his legal issues -- signed to two-year deal. Winning with class?
WR Torrey Smith -- A five-year, $40 million contract with $22 million guaranteed brings the big and fast deep threat to San Francisco. He could be the yin to Anquan Boldin’s yang ... like they were in Baltimore when the Ravens beat the Niners in Super Bowl XLVII.
RB Reggie Bush -- No. 2 pick of 2006 draft has reached an agreement to return to California. The San Diego native and USC product should be part of a three-headed Niners' rushing attack, along with Carlos Hyde and Kendall Hunter.
CB Shareece Wright -- Wright started the past 27 games with the San Diego Chargers. He also led the NFL in defensive pass-interference penalties since 2013.
OL Erik Pears -- The eight-year NFL veteran who spent past five years with Buffalo Bills agrees to a two-year agreement, per his agent, purportedly to provide depth. He has played both guard (PFF gave him a -25.0 grade last season, 76th of 78 guards) and right tackle in his career.
LB Patrick Willis -- Spiritual leader retires at age 30 due to sore feet and a desire to move on. He played for eight seasons, went to seven Pro Bowls and made five All-Pro teams.
FS Bubba Ventrone -- He retired to take a job as assistant special teams coach with the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
WR Stevie Johnson -- He was released in a cost-cutting move.
CB Chris Culliver -- Took his career-high four interceptions from 2014 and legal issues to Washington with a four-year deal worth up to $32 million.
TE Garrett Celek -- He signed a one-year deal.
LS Kyle Nelson -- He signed a four-year deal.
TE Derek Carrier -- He signed a two-year extension.
CB Chris Cook -- He was re-signed to a one-year deal.
DL Justin Smith -- Contemplating retirement.
QB Josh Johnson
WR Michael Crabtree -- He's drawing interest from Washington and the San Diego Chargers.