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49ers DE Tank Carradine ready for increased playing time in 2015
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(12:49 pm ET) The 49ers are poised to slot Tank Carradine as a starting defensive end in 2015. Carradine, who was drafted in 2013, did not play in his rookie season due to ACL surgery. In 2015, Carradine played nine games, recording three sacks and 16 total tackles.

Now, with Justin Smith and Ray McDonald no longer on the team's defensive line, the 49ers are expecting to have Carradine be a more regular player this season, playing along side linebacker Aldon Smith.

“We work together a little bit, figuring out what kind of stunts and things we could do,” Carradine said, per CSN Bay Area. “I’m excited to work with him this year. He’s a great pass-rusher. I feel like I can bring something to the table to help him as well as he helps me.”

Carradine will likely get action on the right defensive end and spots along the defensive line. 

“We got guys who can play left and right end,” Carradine said. “We got guys who can play in the nickel package. We got guys who can play in the base package. So it’s different. We’re all going to work together. Each guy does things different. We’re going to do it together and get things done. For me, I can do both. I’m excited about it. Other guys can do it as well.”


Ravens WR Michael Campanaro 'extremely excited' for 2015
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12:32 pm ET) Ravens second-year receiver Michael Campanaro caught four passes in a playoff game last season. That might not seem like much, but it has helped create optimism heading into this year.

After all, he snagged just seven for 102 yards in all of 2014.

Campanaro is hoping not only to land the top job as a kick returner, but also for an expanded role in the offense.

"I'm extremely excited," he told the Baltimore Sun as the team prepared to begin OTAs. "Rookie years are difficult for anyone getting on a new team and figuring out the playbook and adjusting to the NFL game. Year Two, I just feel more comfortable.

"We basically kept our same offense. With another year in the system after going through installs and running plays, you feel way more comfortable. It's like second nature. That should allow me to play faster because you know what you're doing."


Redskins WR DeSean Jackson: I will join team next week
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12:18 pm ET) Redskins veteran wide receiver DeSean Jackson is not participating Tuesday in OTAs, but he has stated that he will join the team next week, per SiriusXM NFL Radio.

Jackson proved productive in his first year with Washington in 2014, snagging 56 passes for 1,169 yards and six touchdowns.


Coach: Jaguars WR Marqise Lee (knee) week-to-week
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12:09 pm ET) Gus Bradley has announced that a knee injury sustained in Phase 2 of the offseason program has Jaguars WR Marqise Lee considered week-to-week.

Lee started eight games last season and finished with 37 catches for 422 yards and one touchdown.


Report: WR A.J. Jenkins set to join Cowboys
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11:53 am ET) The Cowboys have signed wide receiver A.J. Jenkins, a source has told the Dallas Morning News.

Jenkins has been a disappointment since his selection in the first round of the draft three years ago by San Francisco. He played in only three games that season before a trade to Kansas City, where he managed just 17 catches for 223 yards and no touchdowns in 2013 and 2014 combined.

He tried out for the Cowboys last week. And with superstar wideout Dez Bryant not expected to participate in OTAs, Jenkins at the very least gives the team another body at that position.


Dolphins LT Brandon Albert, DB Don Jones out of OTAs
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11:41 am ET) As expected, Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert (knee) and defensive back Don Jones (shoulder) have been ruled out of OTA work, per the Miami Herald.

Albert is expected to be ready to roll for the season opener. The shoulder injury that has sidelined Jones has been a factor since late in the regular season.


Colts sign CB Chance Casey, make two other minor moves
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10:41 am ET) The Colts have made several minor moves, including the signing of cornerback Chance Casey and guard Will Corbin, per Indysportscentral.com. They have also waived-injured cornerback Josh Mitchell.

Casey has played in four NFL games in two seasons. He totaled six tackles with Oakland a year ago.

Corbin and Mitchell are undrafted rookie free agents. If the latter clears waivers, he will revert to injured reserve.


Family issue has Seahawks DE Cliff Avril sidelined
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10:25 am ET) A family issue will prevent Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril from attending the OTA sessions this week, per 710 ESPN.

Avril tied a career-low with five sacks in 2014, but still landed a hefty guaranteed contract in the offseason.


Lions SS James Ihedigbo attending OTA
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10:19 am ET) Lions strong safety James Ihedigbo has reported to OTAs and will likely attend minicamp despite his stated desire for a new contract, the Detroit News is reporting.

Ihedigbo was the lone Lion to skip voluntary workouts last month. But general manager Martin Mayhew expressed understanding about his absence given the contract situation.

The 31-year-old Ihedigbo has been a starter in the NFL since 2009. He racked up 59 tackles and a career-high four interceptions in his first season with Detroit in 2014.


Seahawks QB Russell Wilson skips OTA to attend funeral
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10:10 am ET) Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is set to skip OTAs, but his absence is not related to his contract situation. He is instead in Florida to represent the team at the funeral of Tammy Meyerson, who served as the mentor for teammate Jimmy Graham, per NFL.com.

Wilson and the Seahawks have reportedly been millions of dollars apart in contract negotiations, but the two parties have not been contentious publicly about their differences.


 
 
 
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