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49ers 2017 offseason workout program means it is time for workout bonuses

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A full list of players receiving a bonus as the 49ers offseason workout programs begin

The San Francisco 49ers kick off their offseason workout program on Monday. It is a voluntary program until the mandatory minicamp in June, and players do not earn a salary for the workout program. The CBA dictates that players receive a payment of $215 per day during the program, based on meeting certain requirements.

There are plenty of instances where veterans will stay home and continue whatever workouts they have been handling through the offseason. However, a lot of contracts involve a workout bonus based on a certain attendance level. The 49ers have 26 players who will receive a bonus. Tramaine Brock was set to before his release on Friday. Here’s a full list of the workout bonuses players will receive, courtesy of Jason Hurley.

Joe Staley: $200,000
Zane Beadles: $200,000
Brian Hoyer: $150,000
Vance McDonald: $150,000
Pierre Garcon: $100,000
Ahmad Brooks: $100,000
Kyle Juszczyk: $100,000
Earl Mitchell: $100,000
Quinton Dial: $100,000
Jaquiski Tartt: $100,000
Ray-Ray Armstrong: $100,000
Carlos Hyde: $100,000
Aldrick Robinson: $100,000
Malcolm Smith: $50,000
Marquise Goodwin: $50,000
Garrett Celek: $50,000
Jeremy Kerley: $50,000
Tank Carradine: $50,000
Matt Barkley: $50,000
Daniel Kilgore: $50,000
Brock Coyle: $50,000
Tim Hightower: $32,000
Kyle Nelson: $25,000
Will Redmond: $25,000
Jimmie Ward: $22,500
Eli Harold: $15,000