The 49ers signed seven players on Thursday, the opening day of free agency in the NFL. Here is a quick look at each. Brian Hoyer, above, quarterback. 2016 stats: Hoyer played in six games for the Chicago Bears, starting five. He completed 134 of 200 passes for 1,445 yards, six touchdowns with no interceptions. His quarterback rating was 98.0.
Matt LudtkeThe Associated Press
Pierre Garcon, wide receiver. 2016 stats: Garcon played in 16 games for Washington, catching 79 passes for 1,041 yards and three touchdowns.
Michael PerezThe Associated Press
Marquise Goodwin (88), wide receiver. 2016 stats: Goodwin played in 15 games for the Buffalo Bills, catching 29 passes for 431 yards and three touchdowns.
Kelvin KuoThe Associated Press
Logan Paulsen, tight end. 2016 stats: Paulsen played in 16 games for the Chicago Bears, catching three passes for 15 yards.
Jeff HaynesThe Associated Press
Malcolm Smith, right, linebacker. 2016 stats: Smith started 14 games for the Raiders, recording 86 tackles, three passes defended and two forced fumbles.
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Robbie Gould (5), kicker. 2016 stats: Gould played in 10 games for the New York Giants. He was 10 for 10 on field goals with a long of 47. He made 20 of 23 extra points.
Bill KostrounThe Associated Press
Kyle Juszczyk, fullback. 2016 stats: Juszczyk caught 37 passes for 266 yards and rushed for 22 yards and a touchdown on five carries for the Baltimore Ravens.
Don WrightThe Associated Press
Aldrick Robinson, wide receiver. 2016 stats: Robinson caught 20 passes for 323 yards and two touchdowns in 16 games for the Atlanta Falcons.
John BazemoreThe Associated Press
Brock Coyle, linebacker. 2016 stats: In 12 games with the Seahawks, Coyle logged three starts, 15 total tackles and one sack.
Kathy WillensThe Associated Press
Matt Barkley (12), quarterback. 2016 stats: Barkley started six of the seven games he played for Chicago and completed 59.7 percent of his passes for 1,611 yards, with eight touchdowns and 14 interceptions.
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