The 49ers keep Jaquiski Tartt busy for a long time.
On Friday, the team extended its fourth-year safety to a two-year extension that will keep it in San Francisco until 2020.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Tartt expansion was worth $ 1
In the second round in 2015, Tartt appeared in 39 games for the Niners before he finished last season over injured reserve with a broken forearm
"Since our arrival last year, Jaquiski has us with his play, his work ethic and the way his teammate impressed, "said 49ers General Manager John Lynch in a statement from the team. "We believe he fits into our defensive system and his abilities enable him, and it's always exciting to be able to expand our own young players like Jaquiski who are dedicated to their craft, this team and our community."
Tartt is a prolific, hard-hitting backstop who will play a pivotal role in the team's Robert Saleh-led secondary school in the coming years. Write it down as a smart move by Lynch and friends.