The 49ers trimmed the roster down to the 53 players last Saturday, which included cuts of a handful of talented players.
Several of those players are still looking for new homes, and two will reportedly get a tryout with the Patriots.
Wide receiver DeAndrew White and defensive lineman B.J. McBryde are working out with New England, according to ESPN's Mike Reiss.
White in 2015 played in four games for the 49ers. He recorded two catches on two targets for 18 yards. He also returned one punt for four yards and brought back six kicks for 142 yards (23.7 YPR).
McBryde, a third-year undrafted player out of the University of Connecticut, was a late addition to the 49ers this offseason. He spent time with the Eagles and Packers in 2015, but appeared in no regular season games.
NE tryouts: WR Da'Ron Brown, LB Deon King, WR Jordan Leslie, DE B.J. McBryde, WR Max McCaffrey, QB Sean Renfree, WR DeAndrew White.— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) September 7, 2016