San Francisco Inks 3-Year Extension With LS Pepper

The 49ers announced on Wednesday that they have signed long-snapper Taybor Pepper to a three-year contract extension, a deal that binds the two together through 2025. They also tendered their WR Jauan Jennings to a one-year deal as well. 

San Francisco originally signed Pepper as a free agent in 2020 and he has appeared in 52 total contests for the club (46 regular season and six postseason).

Pepper entered the NFL as an undrafted free-agent and signed a Reserve/Future contract for the Green Bay Packers in January 2017 and served two stints there. He journeyed to three other teams (Ravens, Giants, and Dolphins) through 2017-2019, before ultimately finding a home with the 49ers in 2020. 

The 28-year-old LS spent all four years (2012-16) at Michigan State University prior to his NFL career, where he played in all of their 54 games and registered 10 tackles on special teams. 

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