Former Browns cornerback K'Waun Williams had four contract offers, and now he's chosen his next team.
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reported Tuesday the 49ers inked Williams to a one-year deal and "had their eye on him for a while". Over that time, Williams had 77 tackles and 10 passes defended in 26 games after going undrafted in 2014. Williams' agent, Evan Krakower, told cleveland.com his client didn't want to play the game on his injured ankle, and informed the Browns of that.
At 5-foot-9, 180 pounds, Williams does not fit the mold of the cornerbacks Miami targeted past year, where they appeared to want big, physical defensive backs.
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The Browns waived him after training camp a year ago and he was picked up by the Chicago Bears but failed a physical and did not play any snaps in 2016. However, the Browns suspended him for two games, saying that was conduct detrimental to the team.
While he has yet to intercept a pass in his National Football League career, Williams, who played at Saint Joseph Regional High in Montvale, was developing a reputation as an up-and-coming, dependable nickel back.
The Browns waived Williams on August 29.
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The first player new 49ers general manager John Lynch has signed is familiar with new head coach Kyle Shanahan and secondary coach Jeff Hafley. The Chicago Bears claimed him, but he failed the physical and ended up a free agent.
After the Browns released Williams, who sat out the exhibition opener, he had bone spurs removed from the ankle as part of a surgery performed by Dr. Robert Anderson on October 31 in Charlotte, N.C. He did not play in 2016.
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