The 49ers announced on Saturday that they signed offensive lineman Jordan Mills and wide receiver Willie Sneed IV to one-year terms.
This week, Snead generated interest and tryouts.
The veteran wide receiver spent time with the Raiders and Panthers last season. He caught three passes for 32 yards in seven games with Las Vegas before the team released him in late October. He then signed with the Carolina practice team, playing in a couple of games.
In 2020, Snead caught 33 passes for 432 yards with three touchdowns for Baltimore.
Sneed entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2014 with the Browns when 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan was Cleveland’s offensive coordinator.
Snead has appeared in 95 games with 48 starts since 2015, throwing 279 for 3,431 yards with 16 touchdowns.
Mills entered the NFL as the Bears’ fifth round pick in 2013. He appeared in 100 regular season games with 87 starts in his time with the Bears (2013–14), Bills (2015–18), Cardinals (2019). ), Cowboys (2020) and Saints (2021).
He played 10 of three games last season with the Saints.