The 49ers continue to prioritize their own free agents this offseason.
NFL Media's Peter Schrager reported Monday that the 49ers have agreed to a one-year contract to re-sign safety Jaquiski Tartt. A source later confirmed the news to NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco.
Terms of the contract are unknown at this time.
This comes on the same the day 49ers agreed to a one-year deal with safety Tavon Wilson, the team announced Monday.
Tartt, 29, appeared in seven games last season for the 49ers. He recorded 30 tackles, one interception and four passes defensed.
The six-year pro has started every game he has played for the 49ers since 2017, but has started only 36 of the possible 64 games due to injuries.
Through six seasons, the former second-round draft pick has recorded 301 tackles, four sacks and four interceptions.