The 49ers signed veteran defensive tackles Tony McDaniel and Leger Douzable, the team announced.
The 49ers placed defensive lineman Arik Armstead in injured reserve with a broken hand and released veteran tight end Logan Paulsen to make room for McDaniel and Douzable on the 53-man roster.
Armstead, who is scheduled to undergo surgery for a broken hand. Armstead was placed on injured reserve Tuesday and is not expected back for approximately two months.
Paulsen was used primarily as a blocking tight end. He saw action in the 49ers' first six games and did not catch a pass. The 49ers promoted undrafted rookie tight end Cole Hikutini to the active roster on Saturday.
McDaniel, 32, has not appeared in an NFL game this season after starting 10 of the 16 games in which he played last season with the Seattle Seahawks. In his 12-year career, McDaniel has played for Jacksonville, Miami, Seattle, Tampa Bay and, again, Seattle. He has recorded 11.5 career sacks.
Douzable was among the team's final cuts before the start of the regular season. An eight-year veteran, Douzable has seen action with the Giants, Rams, Jaguars, Jets and Bills.
On the same day 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman was quoted in The MMQB saying his former team "lost their way," the turmoil in Seattle continued with another defensive back.
Seahawks safety Earl Thomas issued his team an ultimatum via his Instagram account.
"Extend... if you don't want me let's make a trade happen," wrote Thomas in the caption of his post.
The 29-year-old is entering the final year of a four-year extension he signed in 2014, worth just over $25.7 million in guaranteed money. Last year, the Kansas City Chiefs made Eric Berry the NFL's highest-paid safety afer he signed a six-year deal worth $40 million guaranteed.
If Thomas is still in a Seahawks uniform by then, he will first play against Sherman and the 49ers on Dec. 2.
In case you didn't have cell phone reception over the weekend and missed it, Jerry Rice made it official ...
"I'm the f***ing best football player of all time," Rice declared while in Tahoe for the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament.
In football, we typically separate the "best ever" by position group because it's hard to determine the best player overall. So, it's basically unanimous that Rice is the best wide receiver to ever play.
But what made him so special?
"The thing that Jerry Rice was No. 1 at -- Jerry Rice is the best conditioned athlete I've ever seen," Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter said Monday on Fox Sports 1. "He took training to whole another level. ... Jerry Rice wasn't fast on the clock, but he had game speed. I never saw anyone catch him.
"He was the No. 1 football player ever at catch and run. They didn't talk about yards after catch until Jerry Rice. The No. 1 focused and disciplined athlete that I've ever been around."
Rice holds NFL records in touchdowns (208), receiving yards (22,895) and receptions (1,549) -- to name a few ...