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The 49ers have reportedly added more depth to their defense this offseason.
Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reported Saturday, citing sources, that the 49ers have agreed to terms on a contract with defensive back Miles Hartsfield.
Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
Signed as an undrafted free agent in 2020, Hartsfield spent the last three seasons with the Panthers and despite talks of a return from both sides, Carolina declined to tender the 25-year-old, after which he joined San Francisco. have been
The defensive back had his most productive year during the 2022 NFL season, recording 59 total tackles, two passes defended and one forced fumble in 15 games played.
With the 49ers, Hartsfield was reunited with former Panthers defensive coordinator and interim head coach Steve Wilkes, who is Now San Francisco’s defensive coordinator after demeko ryan left,
Hartsfield is now joined by a 49ers defense that includes several new faces including East Atlanta Falcons Isaiah Oliver, Fformer Pro Bowl selection Javon Hargrave and former No. 4 overall pick Clellin Ferrell.
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As the 49ers prepare for another Super Bowl title during the 2023 NFL season, fans are hoping the defensive additions can aid in that quest.
For now, San Francisco will have plenty of time to put together a winning formula.