Cornerback Shareece Wright struggled in his final season with the San Diego Chargers, and he will look to make a fresh start with the San Francisco 49ers after signing a one-year, $3 million contract with them.
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Wright had drawn the most pass interference penalties in the NFL with eight in 2014.
He will have a prime opportunity to start for the 49ers though since Chris Culliver and Perrish Cox left in free agency.
The 49ers have lost many key players and head coach Jim Harbaugh, so 2015 is expected to be a rebuilding season for them.
ESPN NFL insider Adam Caplan reported on Wright’s signing on Twitter.
#49ers announced: Signed CB Shareece Wright to a one-yr deal.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 14, 2015