Tank Carradine

#95 DL / San Francisco 49ers / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 295 lb Age: 26 College: Florida State Bye 10,18,19,20,21

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  • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

    49ers DE Tank Carradine ready for increased playing time in 2015

    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."

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Patrick Willis, Tramaine Brock among 49ers Week 9 inactives

    The 49ers have listed the following players for Week 9's matchup with the Rams: cornerback Tramaine Brock (toe), linebacker Patrick Willis (toe), quarterback Josh Johnson, wide receiver Quinton Patton, center Dillon Farrell and defensive tackles Demarcus Dobbs and Tank Carradine. Both Brock and Willis were listed as questionable to play on Friday's final injury report due to toe injuries, and the 49ers defense wil have to survive without both. Willis has played in six games, recording 34 total tackles and an interception, but he hasn't played since facing the Rams in Week 6. Brock has seen action in just two games this season.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    49ers announce inactives for Week 7 vs. Broncos

    The 49ers have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday night's Week 7 matchup against the Broncos: cornerback Chris Culliver (shoulder), guard Mike Iupati (concussion), linebacker Patrick Willis (toe), safety Jimmie Ward (quad), center Marcus Martin, wide receiver Quinton Patton and defensive end Tank Carradine. Culliver and Ward received questionable designations on the team's final injury report, while Willis was already listed as out. Cornerback Tramaine Brock (toe) and tackle Anthony Davis (knee, ankle) are active after being listed as questionable. Wide receiver Steve Johnson (hip) and tight end Vernon Davis (back) head the list of players who were listed as probable that are active in Week 7, a list that also includes cornerbacks Chris Cook (quad) and Perrish Cox (quad) as well as defensive linemen Justin Smith (not injury related), Ian Williams (ankle, shoulder) and Tony Jerod-Eddie (shoulder).

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    49ers announce Week 6 inactives

    The 49ers declared right tackle Anthony Davis (knee, ankle), cornerback Tramaine Brock (toe), center Marcus Martin (knee), wideout Quinton Patton, safety L.J. McCray, and defensive tackles Quinton Dial and Cornellius Carradine inactive for Monday's game in St. Louis.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    49ers announce Week 5 inactives

    The 49ers declared tight end Vernon Davis (ankle), right tackle Anthony Davis (knee, ankle), cornerback Tramaine Brock (toe), center Marcus Martin (knee), wideout Quinton Patton, quarterback Josh Johnson and defensive end Cornellius Carradine inactive for the game against the Chiefs.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    49ers reveal Week 4 inactives

    The 49ers declared cornerback Tramaine Brock (toe), tight end Vance McDonald (knee), defensive lineman Cornellius Carradine, quarterback Josh Johnson, offensive linemen Marcus Martin and Dillon Farrell, and wideout Quinton Patton inactive for the game against the Eagles.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    49ers list Week 3 inactives

    49ers wide receiver Quinton Patton, cornerback Tramaine Brock, center Marcus Martin, tackle Anthony Davis, tight end Vance McDonald and defensive tackle Cornellius Carradine were all ruled inactive Week 3 at Arizona.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    San Francisco lists inactives for Week 1

    The 49ers have listed QB Josh Johnson, WR Quinton Patton, OL Anthony Davis, CB Chris Cook, OL Marcus Martin, DT Cornellius Carradine and DT Quinton Dial as inactive Week 1 against the Cowboys. With Johnson out, Blaine Gabbert will officially serve as the backup quarterback for Colin Kaepernick.

  • by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Tank Carradine took on 60 snaps on Thursday

    Second-year defensive lineman Tank Carradine played the second-most snaps of any 49ers defender on Thursday against the Ravens, getting in on 60 plays. According to the San Jose Mercury News, that was three times as many as he was expecting. Carradine didn't play at all last season as he recovered from a torn ACL suffered while in college. He figures to be an important cog on the D-line given the team's injuries racked up already this summer.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Tank Carradine had knee procedure

    49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said defensive end Cornellius Carradine underwent a procedure to remove a mass of scar tissue from his surgically repaired knee, reports the Sacramento Bee. "He wasn't able to straighten out his leg before that," Harbaugh said, per the paper. "Then they took that out and his leg went straight. He looks like a different guy now, since that procedure. Just what we saw when he did practice with our football team and now this procedure that's been done, I'm even more excited. I think he's going to have a great offseason and look forward to his progress very, very much." Harbaugh expects Carradine to be ready for the offseason program, which starts April 21.

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