The 49ers reached a new deal with long-snapper/tight end Kyle Nelson on Friday, according to a national report.
#49ers LS Kyle Nelson signed a 4-yr contract extension, source said.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 7, 2015
The team has also retained tight end Garrett Celek, CSN Bay Area has confirmed.
TE Garrett Celek, a scheduled RFA, returns to 49ers on a one-year contract, according to source.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) March 7, 2015
Both players were designated as restricted free agents this offseason.
Nelson, 28, was inked to a four-year contract extension and figures to be the team's primary long-snapper in 2015.
He is currently the only long-snapper on the roster and appeared in all 16 games this past season. Nelson also provides emergency depth at tight end.
Celek, 26, agreed to a one-year deal with the club. He has figured into the team's plans as a third-string tight end, and has been part of the roster since 2012.
He has started two of 28 games in his career with the 49ers, recording eight receptions for 142 yards and no touchdowns.