If Nick Bosa is a training camp no-show, it won’t be due to a contract holdout.
The 49ers and their rookie defensive end have agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth $33.55 million, ESPN reported, citing an unidentified source.
San Francisco will also have a fifth-year option.
No. 2 overall pick Nick Bosa and the 49ers reached agreement on a four-year deal worth $33.55 million, per source. There will not be another Bosa holdout.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 25, 2019
Bosa, 21, was selected out of Ohio State by the Niners with the second overall pick of April’s draft. However, he suffered a grade-1 hamstring strain in May and it was reported he will likely be sidelined until the preseason.
He tallied six tackles, four sacks and forced two fumbles in three games for the Buckeyes last season before suffering a core muscle injury in mid-September.
Despite seeing limited action, Bosa has all the skills, strength and speed to continue his family’s football legacy. His father, John, played for the Dolphins and his brother, Joey, stars on the Chargers roster.