San Francisco has signed 49 players to their coaching squad, according to Pro Football Network’s Aaron Wilson. One of them is quarterback Buddy Johnson, a fourth-round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers last year. The other is offensive lineman Leroy Watson, a tight-lipped convertible who initially joined the NFL as an unpolished free agent with the Atlanta Falcons.

Johnson made four appearances for the Steelers last season, scoring twice. He scored 85 fouls in his career, 7.5 fouls, four sacks, one interception, three defensive passes, and two forced fouls during his first year at Texas A&M in 2020.

Watson recorded 25 combined receptions for 297 yards and two touchdowns in three seasons at UTSA, where he spent most of his time as a blocker.

The 49ers will return to the training ground today at 10:53 a.m., and will open their regular season against the Chicago Bears on Sunday at Soldier Field.