Mired in a 1-7 season, the 49ers have struggled to get any production out of their group of wide receivers.
So, on Monday, they reportedly brought two wideouts in for a workout.
Antwan Goodley and Mose Frazier were in Santa Clara to work out for the team, according to ESPN's Adam Caplan.
Goodley, who went undrafted out of Baylor in 2015, was in the Seahawks' organization this year. Released in early September as part of the team's final roster cuts, he signed on to Seattle's practice squad. He was cut from the P-squad at the end of September and has not appeared in an NFL game.
Frazier went undrafted this past summer, but attended to minicamp with the Broncos. He too was also a roster-cut casualty, though. In late October, he latched on to the Bills' practice squad, but on November 4, he was released when Buffalo signed CB Marcus Roberson. Like Goodley, Frazier has not appeared in an NFL game.
#49ers worked out WRs Antwan Goodley and Mose Frazier.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) November 7, 2016