49ers, Jauan Jennings agree to two-year extension

The wide receiver will receive at least $10.5 million in guaranteed money with the extension.

Wide receiver Jauan Jennings has signed a two-year contract extension with the San Francisco 49ers. 

Jennings will stay in the Bay Area through the 2025 season with his new deal. 


The big picture: The extension is worth up to $15.4 million, with $10.5 million guaranteed.

  • San Francisco had previously given Jennings a $4.89 million restricted free agent tender in March.

Zoom in: Jennings has been a key part of the 49ers’ offense, contributing as both a receiver and a blocker.

  • He had 19 catches for 265 yards and one touchdown in 13 regular-season games.
  • In the postseason, he had 10 catches for 111 yards and one touchdown in three games, including a standout performance in the Super Bowl loss to Kansas City.

Flashback: Prior to this extension, Jennings was a seventh-round pick in 2020 and spent his first season on the practice squad.

  • He has played in 45 games over the past three years, accumulating 78 receptions for 963 yards and seven touchdowns.
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