Vance McDonald is reportedly on the trade block.
The 49ers tight end is available, according to The Ringer's Michael Lombardi.
In December, McDonald inked a five-year extension, with the final two years being club options at base salaries of $5.5 million annually.
As NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reported:
"McDonald receives a $7 million signing bonus, according to the figures obtained Tuesday by CSNBayArea.com. His base salary of $2.1 million for 2017 is fully guaranteed for skill and cap.
McDonald is scheduled to earn $3.7 million in base salary in 2018 and $4.2 million in 2019. In addition, McDonald has 46-man roster bonuses of $46,875 per game, which total $750,000 annually if he suits up for all 16 games. McDonald also has a scheduled $150,000 in annual workout bonuses for participating in 90 percent or more of the team’s offseason program.
The deal would make McDonald the 16th highest-paid tight end in the NFL if he collects all of his per-game roster bonuses.
If McDonald remains on the 49ers’ 90-man roster on April 1, 2018, all $3.7 million of his 2018 salary becomes fully guaranteed. If he’s on the roster on April 1, 2019, $3.2 million of his $4.2 base salary is fully guaranteed.
There are also incentives in the deal for receptions and receiving yards that begin with 55 receptions ($75,000) and 700 yards ($75,000)."
The 49ers took McDonald in the second round (55th overall) of the 2013 draft.
In 11 games last year, he caught 24 passes for 391 yards and four touchdowns.
After making two selections in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday, the 49ers enter Day 2 of the draft with two third-round picks -- No. 66 and No. 67 overall.
The 49ers also currently have two picks in the fourth round, two picks in the fifth round, two picks in the 6th round and one seventh round pick.