Wilson was released by the Saints on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports. Staring the 75-man roster deadline smack in the face, the Saints opted to part ways with Wilson. The seven-year vet appeared in eight games for the Lions last season.
Wilson was released by the Raiders on Saturday. Wilson appeared in every game with the Raiders last season, picking up 23 tackles (16 solo) and two sacks, but he quickly tumbled down the depth chart in 2015, playing in just three games this season. He could be a candidate to join another team should they need help along their defensive line.
Defensive end C.J. Wilson agreed to a contract with the Raiders on Tuesday. Wilson appeared in all 16 games with the Raiders last season, so he was a natural consideration with the team looking to add a defensive lineman. Wilson started seven games for Oakland last year, but figures to fill a reserve role this season.
The Raiders announced that they have re-signed defensive lineman C.J. Wilson . Wilson appeared in a career-high 16 games last season for the team, starting seven contests. Over his career, he has tallied 137 total tackles, 5.5 sacks, one pass defensed and one fumble recovery.
The Raiders signed defensive lineman C.J. Wilson on Wednesday, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Wilson spent last year with the Raiders, playing all four defensive line positions for the team. The 27-year-old started seven of the 16 games he played in, recording 23 total tackles and two sacks.
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