John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan may be busy with the owners' meetings in Arizona, but that hasn't stopped the duo from re-signing RB DuJuan Harris.
The 49ers had RB Tim Hightower in for a visit, but looks like they decided to stick in-house for running back help, as they re-sign Harris to a one-year deal.
After joining the 49ers in 2015, Harris played in 10 games this past season, rushing for 138 yards on 38 carries. He was also a weapon in the passing game, catching eight passes for 115 yards. The frustrating part of his statline are the two fumbles, both of which came in inconvenient times in the game.
Harris will be a decent addition to the current running back corps, which features Carlos Hyde, Mike Davis and Raheem Mostert.
The 49ers should look at add a rookie in the draft, as it's one of the deep positions this year.
But for now, it's DuJuan Harris, back on a one-year deal.