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Before training camp, the 49ers and Fred Warner signed a multi-year contract agreement.

GLENDALE, ARIZONA – DECEMBER 26: San Francisco 49ers linebacker Fred Warner #54 intercepts a pass intended for Arizona Cardinals wide receiver KeeSean Johnson #19 during the second half at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on December 26, 2020.
(Picture courtesy of Norm Hall/Getty Images) The San Francisco 49ers have rewarded Fred Warner for his great play by extending his contract for another five years, making him the highest-paid inside linebacker in the NFL.
It looked like it was just a matter of time before the San Francisco 49ers made a big offer for standout linebacker Fred Warner.
The standout inside ‘backer has 367 tackles in his first three years in the Bay Area.
The NFC West’s powerhouses agreed on Wednesday that enough was enough and that it was time to work out a deal with Warner to keep him in town for the foreseeable future.
According to NFL analyst Mike Garafolo, he’s signed a five-year agreement worth $95 million with the organization.
According to a source, the #49ers and LB Fred Warner have agreed to a five-year extension worth more than $95 million with $40.5 million in guarantees.
The NFL’s highest-paid inside linebacker is now a first-team All-Pro.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) July 21, 2021 According to Garofolo, Fred Warner’s new contract with the 49ers gives him the league’s highest-paid inside linebacker.
Furthermore, out of his $95 million, a whopping $40.5 million is guaranteed.
This just goes to illustrate how important John Lynch and his team are.
hoped to get Warner in before Week 1
Warner was great in 2020.
With one sack and two interceptions, the 6-foot-3, 235-pounder set a career high with 125 total tackles.
As a result of his outstanding performance, he was named to the First Team All-Pro.
Warner’s tenacity has also been a positive for the club.
Since his NFL debut in 2018, Warner has participated in 48 games for the 49ers defense, starting every single one.
Warner, a former BYU playmaker, was taken in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft with the No.
70th overall selection
Since then, he’s exceeded all expectations.
Over the years, Warner has appeared to be a top-10 pick.
Now, hell be ready to keep things rolling for Kyle Shanahan by playing at a high level.
Hell be $95 million richer as a result.