Frank Gore's career in San Francisco is reportedly over.
The 49ers' all-time leading rusher will sign with the Eagles on Tuesday, according to multiple reports.
ProFootballTalk reported that the deal includes $7.5 million guaranteed combined over 2015 and '16.
Contracts can't be signed until Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. PST, but unless "something unforeseen" happens before then, Gore is headed to Philadelphia.
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On Thursday, 49ers CEO Jed York told the San Francisco Chronicle that he believes Gore will be back for his 11th season with the 49ers.
“We want him back,” York said. “I think he wants to be here. I know he wants to be here. And I think we'll figure out a way to do it. We'll definitely try. I think we'll figure out a way. That’s my feeling.”
General manager Trent Baalke told CSNBayArea.com before the final game of the season that he wanted to re-sign Gore.
“He understands what he means to this organization,” Baalke said. “He would certainly like to be back, and we would certainly like to have him back. Now, whether we can make that a reality or not, time will tell.”