Cornerback Keith Reaser, who is not expected to play this season after undergoing ACL surgery in February, signed a four-year contract with the 49ers on Wednesday. The 49ers selected Reaser in the fifth round of the draft with the No. 170 overall selection.
Reaser, a four-year player from Florida Atlantic, tore his left ACL in October. He got news at the NFL Scouting Combine during the medical check that the knee ligament had been rejected by his body. He underwent surgery Feb. 27 with a graft from his patellar tendon to begin his rehab from the beginning.
"Things are going pretty good right now," Reaser said. "I'm making good progress. So I'm just going to work with the 49ers' doctors from here and keep the progress going."