BREAKING NEWS: The San Francisco 49ers Announce Massive News Regarding their 27-Year-Old Offensive Weapon.

The San Francisco 49ers struck gold when they traded for Christian McCaffrey during the 2022 NFL Trade Deadline. McCaffrey finished the 2022 season with 1,139 yards on 244 attempts and eight touchdowns during the regular season and rushed for 238 yards on 40 attempts and two touchdowns in three playoff games. He made it to his second Pro Bowl.

McCaffrey had an even better 2023 campaign, rushing for 1,459 yards on 272 attempts and 14 touchdowns during the regular season and rushing for 268 yards on 59 attempts and four touchdowns in three playoff games. He made it to his third Pro Bowl, second first-team All-Pro, and first Offensive Player of the Year honors.

McCaffrey began the 2024 offseason with two remaining years on his four-year, $64 million contract extension signed with the Carolina Panthers in 2020.

For 2024, his base salary was slated to be $11.8 million with no guaranteed money and a cap hit of $14,144,000. In 2025, his base salary was set to be $12 million, also with no guaranteed money, and a cap hit of $14,344,000.

Reigning Offensive Player of the Year Christian McCaffrey once again has reset the RB market, signing a two-year extension with the 49ers, averaging $19 million per year, per sources.

“McCaffrey will receive an additional $8 million over what he was scheduled to make in the first two years while adding $24 million in guarantees. The deal was negotiated and confirmed by WME Football.”

John Lynch praised Christian McCaffrey.

“He’s been a godsend,” said General Manager John Lynch on 95.7 The Game’s The Morning Roast. “You think you know a player from watching them on the field, but it’s different when they are on your team and you see them up close.

“He’s just as good as, if not better than, we expected. His intelligence, skill, and versatility are elite. However, it’s his commitment to being that player that stands out the most, something you can’t fully appreciate from a distance.”

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