49ers Sign RB DuJuan Harris, Cut Travaris Cadet

The San Francisco 49ers are juggling their running back depth once again. The team announced Tuesday that it signed RB DuJuan Harris and released RB Travaris Cadet. 

Harris was last with the Seattle Seahawks and saw the bulk of the carries when starter Thomas Rawls went down. However, the team cut him the next week. He had 21 carries for 49 yards this season, but also a fumble that likely led to him being cut. 

Harris has bounced around the NFL this season, spending time on the New Orleans Saints' practice squad and was with Minnesota Vikings during the preseason. He's also played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Green Bay Packers. 

Cadet barely lasted a month with the team. He played in four games after being signed Nov. 10th. Cadet didn't contribute much this year. He carried the ball seven times for just 16 yards. He also added seven catches for 66 yards. 

The team has Kendall Gaskins and Shaun Draughn on the active roster. Draughn may have injured his knee last week against the Cincinnati Bengals, but it's not serious. Mike Davis also returned to practice Tuesday, although he remains on the injured reserve/designated to return list. 

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