Teez Tabor will have a chance to continue in his development with the 49ers. The team will keep the former second-round cornerback around this offseason via reserve/futures deal, per Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area (on Twitter).
The 49ers initially added Tabor to their practice squad early this past season and will attempt to see if the Florida alum can carve out a spot in their cornerback rotation next season. Tabor, 24, did not see action for the NFC champions and has not played since the 2018 season.
The Lions cut the ex-Gator prospect just before the regular season began. Tabor played in 22 games with Detroit, making five starts.
Here are the rest of the 49ers’ reserve/futures deals thus far:
- LB Joey Alfieri
- G Kofi Amichia
- CB Jermaine Kelly
- G Ross Reynolds
- DB Jacob Thieneman
- WR Chris Thompson