SANTA CLARA -- Guard Alex Boone, who held out last offseason for a new contract, will skip all of the 49ers' voluntary activities in the final year of his contract, a source close to Boone told CSNBayArea.com on Wednesday.
Boone has not taken part in the 49ers' offseason program, and he was not on the field Tuesday and Wednesday for the start of the team's voluntary three-day minicamp at the team's practice facility.
Boone is scheduled to earn $3.4 million this year. The five-year veteran is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent next offseason. Boone has started 46 games at right guard for the 49ers over the past three seasons.
The 49ers and Boone have yet to discuss a contract extension, the source said. Boone is open to being traded and signing a long-term contract with another team, the source said.
Boone does not plan to report for any portion of the 49ers' offseason, other than the team's mandatory minicamp that runs June 9-11. If he remains with the 49ers, he plans to report to training camp on time, the source said.
Boone held out of training camp last summer. He reported to the 49ers on the Monday before their first regular-season game after the 49ers converted his scheduled $5.75 million pay, including incentives, into $6 million of base salary over the final two years of his contract.