49ers Offseason 2012: Niners Ink 17 Undrafted Free Agents To Contracts

The San Francisco 49ers have been all business since the end of their season in the NFC Championship game in January, continually adding talent to their already talented roster though free agency and now the NFL draft.

They moved another step forward on Friday after the announcement of 17 undrafted free agents signing contracts with San Francisco, highlighted by former Stanford Cardinal wide receiver Chris Owusu and tight end Garrett Celek, brother of current Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek.

Fullback Cameron Bell, linebacker Kourtnei Brown, defensive tackle Patrick Butrym, offensive lineman David Gonzalez, running back Jewel Hampton, linebacker Joe Holland, defensive tackle Matthew Masifilo, corner back Anthony Mosely, tackle Kevin Murphy, guard Al Netter, wide receiver Nathan Palmer, corner back Deante Purvis, kicker Giorgio Tavecchio, safety Michael Thomas and wide receiver Brian Tyms all received contracts as well.

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