Several members of the San Francisco 49ers have gathered at the team’s Santa Clara complex for the first phase of the offseason training program, veterans such as tight end Vernon Davis, and new guys like Reggie Bush.
But the 49ers lost a familiar face Monday night, even if the move was expected, as receiver Michael Crabtree signed a one-year, $3 million free-agent contract with the Oakland Raiders, plus an additional $2 million in incentives, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Oakland had passed over Crabtree in the 2009 draft, instead taking Darrius Heyward-Bey with the No. 7 overall pick. The 49ers took Crabtree at No. 10 overall.
Following is an updated look at the 49ers' offseason:
RB Jarryd Hayne: The Australian rugby star chose the 49ers, who he said gave him $100,000 guaranteed on a futures/reserve contract, over the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks to begin his American football adventure. He plans to play running back and special teams . . . if he makes the squad.
DL Darnell Dockett: The former Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowler stays in the division with a two-year, $7.5 million contract to fortify a defensive line that already is without Ray McDonald and possibly 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.
WR Torrey Smith: A five-year, $40 million contract with $22 million guaranteed brings the big and fast deep threat who could be the yin to Anquan Boldin's yang . . . just like they were in Baltimore when the Ravens beat the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.
RB Reggie Bush: The No. 2 pick of the 2006 draft signed a one-year contract to return to California. The San Diego native and USC product will be part of a three-headed rushing attack, along with Carlos Hyde and Kendall Hunter.
OL Erik Pears: The eight-year NFL veteran who spent the past five seasons with the Buffalo Bills signed a two-year, $4.7 million contract to compete for the left guard spot (Pro Football Focus gave him a minus-25.0 grade last season, ranking him 76th out of 78 guards) and/or provide depth at right tackle.
LB Nick Bellore: The special teams ace led the New York Jets in special teams tackles in three of the past four years as an undrafted free agent out of Central Michigan. He has played in all 64 games since entering the league in 2011, though he has yet to start one.
LG Mike Iupati: The three-time Pro Bowler moved to Arizona for a five-year, $40 million deal (with $22.5 million guaranteed) to form a formidable left side of the offensive line with left tackle Jared Veldheer.
LB Patrick Willis: The spiritual leader retired at age 30 after 8 seasons, 7 Pro Bowls and 5 All-Pro selections because of sore feet and a desire to move on.
WR Stevie Johnson: He was released in a cost-cutting move and signed a three-year, $10.5 million deal with the Chargers.
CB Chris Culliver: He took his career-high four interceptions from 2014 and his legal issues to Washington for a four-year deal worth up to $32 million.
LB Chris Borland: He stunned the 49ers and the NFL by announcing his retirement after one standout season, citing potential future health concerns.
RT Jonathan Martin: He was waived after starting nine games in his lone season with the 49ers.
CB Corey Fuller: He was waived after being signed to the practice squad in December and being active for one game, though he did not play in the season finale.
QB Josh Johnson: Despite having a skill set more closely resembling starter Colin Kaepernick's than that of Blaine Gabbert, Johnson was allowed to leave Santa Clara. He signed a one-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals. Johnson spent the 2013 season with the Bengals.
WR Michael Crabtree: He visited the Miami Dolphins and Raiders, and signed with the Bay Area rival Monday night.
QB Blaine Gabbert: The lone 49ers quarterback to throw a fourth-quarter TD last season agreed to two-year, $2 million deal to return as Kaepernick's backup.
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 re-signed for one year.
LB Desmond Bishop: He became more appealing to the 49ers, who had only three inside linebackers with NFL experience under contract after the retirements of Willis and Borland. Bishop purportedly beat out the likes of Lance Briggs, Erin Henderson and Philip Wheeler, and signed a one-year deal to return.
DL Justin Smith: He is still contemplating retirement, and the 49ers are giving him as long as he needs to reach a decision.