49ers cut loose tight end who missed part of rookie year with suspension

Chase Harrell is out of the 49ers’ tight end mix. Again, that is.

Harrell, an intriguing prospect last year as an undrafted rookie, got waived Tuesday in what shouldn’t be a totally surprising move.

Harrell drew a six-game suspension in October for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy. The 6-foot-4 tight end from Arkansas was re-signed to a futures contract in January.

Ahead of him on the depth chart were George Kittle, Ross Dwelley, Charlie Woerner and Daniel Helm. Jordan Reed is a free agent.

In Tuesday’s other move, the 49ers announced that Daniel Brunskill signed his one-year tender. He was their starting right guard to open last season before shifting over as a replacement center. He looks to start at guard this season with competition from Colton McKivitz and others

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