49ers Bring in Three Offensive Lineman for Workouts

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In their practices today the 49ers brought in three offensive lineman for workouts: Cameron Hunt, Jake Eldrenkamp, and Anthony Fabiano.

Hunt (6-4, 295) was signed by the 49ers to their practice squad, filling a spot that opened up due to an injury. He was an undrafted free agent with the Denver Broncos, but he was waived on September 2nd at the end of the preseason.

Before playing in the NFL, Hunt played at the University of Oregon where he started 43 of 52 games. He earned the Ed Moshofsky Trophy in 2016, which is an award Oregon gives its top offensive lineman every year.

Eldrenkamp (6-5, 287) played with the University of Washington until this past May when he joined the Los Angeles Rams as an undrafted free agent. Like Hunt, Eldrenkamp was also waived in the preseason.

Fabiano (6-1, 303) joined the NFL in 2016 and has already played on five different times. He started with the Baltimore Ravens in May of last year, and since then has played with the Cleveland Browns, the Washington Redskins, the New York Giants, and the New England Patriots.