George Kittle is expected to sign a new contract with the San Francisco 49ers in the offseason.

Kittle is scheduled to make $735,000 next season in the final season of his four-year rookie contract.

Austin Hooper and Zach Ertz are two additional tight ends who could command new deals this offseason.

Minnesota's Kyle Rudolph ($9.35 million) is the NFL's highest-paid tight end this season in terms of total cash income on non-rookie deals, followed by Green Bay's Jimmy Graham ($9 million) and Kansas City's Travis Kelce ($8.75 million).