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Golden Nuggets: Contract details for Kerry Hyder and Joe Walker

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Your daily San Francisco 49ers links for March 31, 2020

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Ian Rapoport reported that San Francisco 49ers new defensive lineman Kerry Hyder’s contract would be worth up to $1.5 million. Hyder is guaranteed $550k and has a $250 total in per-game roster bonuses. Rapoport also reported Sheldon Day’s deal with the Colts is worth $1.75 million, with $1 million of that guaranteed. As for new linebacker Joe Walker, his deal is worth $900k, which is the same as Walker’s cap hit. He will have $75k total in per-game roster bonuses. With the addition of Walker and Hyder’s contract, their contracts push Nick Mullens and Marcell Harris’s deals out of the 49ers top-51. That means Harris and Mullen’s contracts don’t count against the 49ers salary cap. I still haven’t seen numbers for Travis Benjamin or Tom Compton yet, so that could change.

Our salary cap guru Jason Hurley currently has the 49ers with just over $14.2 million in cap space. That’s not counting the Compton or Benjamin deals—but it also doesn’t include Person being cut.

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Onto some links:

Emmanuel Sanders Reveals He Considered Packers, 49ers Before Saints Contract (ya don’t say/Rich Eisen interview)

Predicting 49ers defensive starting lineup before 2020 NFL Draft (Niners Noise)

Morning Report: Roster Moves, Players Tackling Social Issues, ‘I Got Your Back’ Resource (49ers.com)

The 49ers and wide receivers: A draft tradition with no end in sight (Branch)

Why Lynch likely was scouting Louisville’s Becton from home (NBC Sports)

49ers pick up Henry Ruggs, and trade back in Touchdown Wire mock draft (Niners Wire)

49ers’ best/worst draft picks this century: Frank Gore, Kentwan Balmer and more (The Athletic)

49ers drafting a CB in Round 1 isn’t off the table, Part 1: Jeffrey Okudah (Crocker)