SANTA CLARA -- First-round draft pick Eric Reid announced Friday on Twitter that he has signed his four-year contract, two weeks ahead of the 49ers' reporting date for rookies to training camp.
Reid is due to make $8.4 million, including a $4.6 million signing bonus, under the NFL's rookie pay scale.
Per team protocol, the 49ers don't comment on contracts until signed copies are received in their office.
All 11 of the 49ers' draft picks are now under contract. Rookies will report to the team's training camp July 19 at their Santa Clara facility, with veterans arriving July 24.
The 49ers traded up to select Reid with the 18th overall pick in April's draft. The LSU product is projected to replace Dashon Goldson as the starting free safety, Goldson having left in free agency for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Reid sat out team drills in the 49ers' final offseason workout June 13 because of a minor, undisclosed injury. Craig Dahl, an ex-Rams safety acquired in free agency, and four-year veteran C.J. Spillman rotated the previous two days as the 49ers' first-string free safety, and second-year man Trenton Robinson also saw reps.