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Nick Bosa and the 49ers reached an agreement on a four-year deal

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We don’t have to worry about a hold out

San Francisco 49ers Rookie Camp Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images

Per Adam Schefter, No. 2 overall pick Nick Bosa and the 49ers reached agreement on a four-year deal worth $33.55 million, per source. There will not be another Bosa holdout. Nothing like speaking things into existence. One of the storylines we were concerned about is Bosa’s holdout lasting into the regular season.

The team wanted to get this done before they report to training camp tomorrow. Good on the front office by not hammering out a deal and getting this resolved, so we don’t have to deal with “just another Joey,” or any other snarky comments. This is a good day. Now, we wait on Deebo.

The total value of Bosa’s four-year contract is believed to be $33,551,874, or very close to that amount, according to OverTheCap.com. That includes a signing bonus of $22,421,364 and a 2019 salary-cap figure of $6,100,341. Because of the CBA from 2011, all contracts are four years long, and first-round selections come with a team option for the fifth year.

I’m already looking forward to Bosa vs. Staley/McGlinchey in practice.