49ers' Kendrick Bourne, Matt Breida to 'see what happens' after tender

Jessica Kleinschmidt
NBC Sports BayArea

On Tuesday, the 49ers placed second-round tenders on wide receiver Kendrick Bourne and running back Matt Breida.

The qualifying offers they were presented with would pay the two $3.259 million for the 2020 season.

With that, Bourne and Breida are allowed to negotiate with other teams as restricted free agents. And it appears Bourne is already looking forward to what that could mean:

So is Breida …

Breida, 25, was the team's leading rusher in 2018 with 814 yards. Early last season, he was one of the main guys Jimmy Garoppolo depended on to gain yards, but struggled in the back half of the regular season and into the playoffs after he sustained an ankle injury.

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Bourne joined the 49ers in 2017, and has totaled 1,102 yards and nine touchdowns in three seasons.

Time to grab the popcorn. 

49ers' Kendrick Bourne, Matt Breida to 'see what happens' after tender originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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