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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Six-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack is reuniting with coach Kyle Shanahan after signing a contract with the San Francisco 49ers.

The 49ers announced the three-year deal with Mack on Thursday, one day after agreeing to give left tackle Trent Williams a $138.1 million, six-year deal to remain in San Francisco.

Mack said the Niners were his top Wholesale San Francisco 49ers Jerseys priority in free agency because he wanted to play for a competitive team with an offense that fit his skills.

“I know it’s a system I can be really good in,” he said. “It’s an offense, I know I could excel at. So it was to me a very good fit between a good team and a good spot with a good coaching staff and some place that I could be a good player.”

The deals with Williams and Mack go a long way to solidifying an offensive line that struggled in pass protection last season. The 49ers still could look to upgrade at right guard if they don’t want to leave that role to Daniel Brunskill or Colton McKivitz.

The 35-year-old Mack returns to the Bay Area after starring in college at Cal and having a successful run in Cleveland and Atlanta. He made the Pro Bowl six times, including four straight from 2015-18. He was also a second-team All-Pro in 2013, ’16 and ‘17.

Mack has a history with Shanahan, having played for him in 2014 when Shanahan was offensive coordinator in Cleveland and again in 2016 in Atlanta. Mack’s addition was a key part for the Falcons’ offensive improvement that season when they went to the Super Bowl to help Shanahan get the head coaching job in San Francisco.

“I’ve been on that offense before, so I’ve done those plays,” Mack said. “I know how it fits together. I enjoy running the ball. I also just know what goes into putting together an offense. I’ve been part of offenses Kyle’s been part of it. … It’s something I’m comfortable with. I know I’m good at it. I’m confident in it. I know I can do it well.”

Mack replaces the void created by injuries to Weston Richburg, who has struggled to get on the field after signing a five-year $47.5 million deal with San Francisco in 2018. Richburg had a season-ending knee injury late in 2019 and missed all of last season when he didn’t recover.

He reportedly had hip surgery recently and his chances of returning are in doubt.

That set the stage for the Niners to turn to the durable Mack, who has played all 16 games in 10 of his 12 seasons in the NFL. He missed 11 games in 2014 with a broken leg and the final two games last season with a concussion and then a week on the COVID-19 list.

“We are excited to add another Pro Bowl player to our offensive line,” general manager John Lynch said. “Throughout his career, Alex has been a model of consistency. His leadership and high character will be felt throughout our team and community.”

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The 49ers eventually have to make a decision on right tackle Mike McGlinchey’s long-term fit, but using a fifth-year option on him wouldn’t make sense.

The San Francisco 49ers have until May 3 to Stitched San Francisco 49ers Jerseys decide whether or not they want to exercise their fifth-year option on their first-round pick from the 2018 NFL Draft, right tackle Mike McGlinchey.

Both the quick-take reaction and the deeper-look reaction should say the same thing: no.

There are a number of reasons why the Niners have little need to apply the fifth-year option presented to former first-round picks. And while there are a lot of other factors at play here, namely what San Francisco does with one of its high-profile pending free agents, left tackle Trent Williams, placing that option on McGlinchey’s contract doesn’t exactly fill a need.

For starters, there’s the known evidence. As Niners Nation’s Kyle Posey pointed out, a would-be fifth-year option on McGlinchey would cost the 49ers nearly $10.9 million in 2022, and that number would be fully guaranteed. If the Niners were to exercise the option, McGlinchey would subsequently become the sixth highest-paid right tackle in the NFL, according to Over the Cap.

He’s certainly not the sixth-best right tackle in the league right now, so the actual value itself isn’t there.

Then there’s the interpretable evidence. San Francisco knew McGlinchey was far better a run-blocker than a pass-protector, and 2020 was more than enough to suggest this. While it’s far from a perfect evaluatory system, Pro Football Focus‘ breakdown of McGlinchey’s grades in each category — 91.3 in run blocking against 58.3 in pass protection — suggests this.

The fanbase seems awfully divided on McGlinchey, and that’s fine. It’s OK to say he could use some serious improvement in pass protection while remaining confident in him being one of the team’s better run-blockers.

But do the 49ers commit to him with that fifth-year option?

Not when there are other options available.

49ers have other better options with Mike McGlinchey
Declining a fifth-year option doesn’t automatically mean the Niners let him hit free agency in 2022. Remember, San Francisco declined the same option on left guard Laken Tomlinson after they acquired the former first-round pick from the Detroit Lions back in 2017, only then electing to offer up an extension for Tomlinson instead.

The 49ers could do the same here, as Posey pointed out, extending McGlinchey before the May 3 deadline. This would save $1.7 million in cap space this year, according to OTC, while also getting ahead of likely pay increases for starting tackles once the NFL salary cap bounces back upwards in 2022.

Yet the Niners don’t even have to commit to McGlinchey with an extension if they don’t want to.

The 2021 NFL Draft is tremendously deep with offensive line talent, including a number of high-quality and starting-caliber tackles to be found within the first four rounds. Now with 10 picks in the draft, San Francisco is likely to grab at least one tackle at some point, perhaps as early as No. 12 overall (largely contingent on Williams’ future) or perhaps a solid backup for 2021 with the high-end ceiling of potentially emerging as a starter.

By declining McGlinchey’s option, the 49ers could still give themselves the flexibility to take a “wait and see” approach with the right tackle’s long-term future without having to offer guaranteed money in 2022. Should a rookie end up being just as good a fit on the cheap, the financial aspects would make a lot more sense.

So as the days count down between now and when the Niners have to decide on McGlinchey’s fifth-year option, one should figure the team explores contingency options instead.

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Kyle’s update, 3:40 p.m.: Breshad Perriman has signed a one-year deal with the Lions worth $3 million.

CB Desmond King is signing a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Texans.

CB Kevin Johnson signed a one-year deal with the Titans.

WR David Moore signed a two-year deal worth $4.75 million to join Carolina.

The Chiefs signed RT Mike Remmers to a one-year deal worth $3.75 million

Kyle’s update, 12:57 p.m.: So much for the Will Fuller dream, as he signed with the Miami Dolphins.

Kyle’s update, 12:01 p.m.: Former Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky signed with the Bills. There were rumors that the 49ers were interested in Cheap San Francisco 49ers Jerseys signing Trubisky as a potential backup, but outside of his athleticism, I’m not sure why the Niners would be interested.

Former Vikings’ TE Kyle Rudolph reached an agreement with the New York Giants, per Adam Schefter.

Kyle’s update, 11:45 a.m.: Former Ravens C Matt Skura has signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins.

Jared Cook has signed a one-year deal with the Chargers worth up to $6 million.

The Raiders asked Marcus Mariota to take a pay cut down to $3 million.

Ian Rapoport said if he refuses, then Mariota could be released. The could be a potential backup in San Francisco.

The Raiders have signed RB Kenyan Drake to a two-year, $14.5 million deal. Las Vegas released four of their five starters up front.

The San Francisco 49ers still have several unrestricted free agents that they could re-sign:

EDGE Ezekiel Ansah
QB C.J. Beathard
OL Tony Bergstrom
EDGE Ronald Blair III
RB Tevin Coleman
OL Tom Compton
OL Ben Garland
OL Hroniss Grasu
EDGE Kerry Hyder Jr.
RB Jerick McKinnon
CB Dontae Johnson
EDGE Dion Jordan
LB Mark Nzeocha
TE Jordan Reed
CB Richard Sherman
S Jaquiski Tartt
CB Jamar Taylor
WR Trent Taylor
LB Joe Walker
CB K’Waun Williams
EDGE Jordan Willis

Not that they’d sign a lucrative enough deal anyway, but Nick Mullens, who wasn’t tendered as a restricted free agent, McKinnon, and linebacker Mark Nzeocha do not count toward the compensatory formula for the 49ers.

I’d love for Tartt to return. Dontae Johnson coming back eventually feels inevitable. Add Garland as your swing interior offensive lineman, and that should do it for San Francisco.