Defensive tackle D.J. Jones has agreed to a one-year deal with the 49ers. Jones will be returning to San Francisco.
ESPN’s 49ers reporter, Nick Wagoner, tweeted out the news on Wednesday afternoon.
#49ers are bringing back DT D.J. Jones on a one-year deal, league source says. Jones started 25 games and had 5 sacks over the past two seasons. NFL Network on it first.
— Nick Wagoner (@nwagoner) March 17, 2021
Jones was a sixth rounder, drafted in 2017 by the 49ers. He played and started in 14 games last season, collecting three sacks, which was a career high. His total tackles over the past two years, when he has gotten significant starting time, sit at 43.
The details of the D.J. Jones contract have not been made public at time of writing. The Game Haus is covering all of the 2021 NFL free agency moves. Stay tuned to see what your favorite team is doing with their free agents.
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