STANFORD – Chip Kelly is certainly not surprised the 49ers’ personnel department remained mostly quiet during the first week of free agency.
STANFORD – Head coach Chip Kelly said Thursday he is staying away from the business side of the 49ers’ interaction with quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
UPDATE (1:33pm PDT on Tuesday): The 49ers officially announced that they have signed guard Zane Beadles to a three-year deal.
Trade talks have gone cold over the past week and the 49ers appear prepared for quarterback Colin Kaepernick to remain with the organization to compete for the starting job.
The first week of free agency resulted in just one player leaving the 49ers (starting guard Alex Boone) and one player arriving (reserve quarterback Thad Lewis).