The 49ers continue to try and find veteran options in their secondary. Yesterday, Adam Schefter reported that San Francisco is working out safety Jairus Byrd.
Today, it looks as if the 49ers will be working another veteran for potential depth in Leon Hall, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapaport.
The 32-year old is a former player of the New York Giants and the Cincinnati Bengals. Last season with the Giants, Hall recorded 31 tackles, two passes defensed and one interception. New York had a loaded secondary and Hall didn't see the field as much.
Prior to that, Hall spent nine seasons with the Bengals, in which he racked up 26 interceptions.
Not sure what Leon Hall has left in the tank, but the 49ers are turning over all the stones in order to find some depth. It looks like Rashard Robinson and Ahkello Witherspoon will be the starters on the outside. Let's see if Hall can grab a backup spot.