The 49ers announced on Saturday they have signed former San Diego Chargers cornerback Shareece Wright to a one-year deal.
The team did not released terms of the deal, but according to the San Diego Union-Tribune, the deal is worth $3 million with another $1 million available in incentives.
Wright (5 foot 11, 182 pounds) was originally selected in the third round (89th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Chargers. The four-year veteran played in 44 games (27 starts) for the Chargers, registering 129 tackles, one interception and one forced fumble. He also added 14 special teams tackles.
Over the past two seasons, Wright started all 27 games in which he appeared and registered 115 tackles, one interception and 23 passes defensed. In 2014, he recorded a career-high 58 tackles and 10 passes defensed.
A 27-year-old native of Colton, Wright played collegiately at the University of Southern California, where he appeared in 40 games for the Trojans. He registered 127 tackles, 13 passes defensed, four fumble recoveries, 3.5 sacks and one interception from 2006-10. He also tallied 24 special teams tackles and one blocked field goal in his career at USC.
49ers media services provided this report.