Former Cal tight end Cameron Morrah, who played 27 games in three seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, has agreed to terms on a contract with the 49ers, a source confirmed.
Morrah, 26, was released by the Seahawks in August with an injury settlement due to a lingering toe injury. He did not play in the NFL last season.
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Morrah (6 foot 3, 251 pounds) was a seventh-round draft pick of the Seahawks in 2009. In three seasons, he caught 16 passes for 194 yards and no touchdowns. His agreement with the 49ers was first reported Wednesday by CBSSports.com.
Morrah will compete for a roster spot with the 49ers. His addition is expected to have no impact on the 49ers' draft needs. The 49ers are expected to select a tight end at some point in next week's draft.
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Vernon Davis and Garrett Celek are the only tight ends on the 49ers' roster. Delanie Walker, the 49ers' No. 2 tight end the past season season, signed a four-year, $17.5 million contract with the Tennessee Titans last month.