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  • 5/21, 2:21 pm
    • Golston (hamstring) visited with the 49ers...

      Golston (hamstring) visited with the 49ers on Friday, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.

      Analysis: Golston, who opened the 2016 season as the Redskins' starting nose tackle but suffered a season-ending hamstring tear in Week 2, was medically cleared from the injury roughly two and a half weeks ago. This meeting with San Francisco marks the first free-agent visit of the offseason for the 33-year-old vet. The 49ers are beginning to construct a fearsome defensive line and Golston would, at the minimum, provide excellent depth and a strong veteran presence.

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  • 5/21, 7:32 am
    • Green (concussion) wants to sign with...

      Green (concussion) wants to sign with a new team and play this season, ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler reports.

      Analysis: Signed to a four-year, $20 million contract last offseason, Green was released by the Steelers on Thursday after failing a physical. He's apparently still dealing with symptoms from last season's concussion, which was at least the third significant head injury of his pro career. Green also dealt with ankle injuries each of the past three seasons, with the most recent one requiring major surgery last offseason and leading to an eight-game absence to start the 2016 campaign. He should draw interest from quite a few teams if he's eventually able to pass a physical, as his career marks of 14.6 yards per catch and 9.0 yards per target are top-notch for a tight end. Green only has eight touchdowns in 53 games through five seasons, but he's shown a penchant for scoring from distance that's rare at his position, with seven of those TDs spanning 19 or more yards. The Steelers, meanwhile, are left with Jesse James and Xavier Grimble at the top of the depth chart at tight end.

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  • 5/20, 6:52 pm
    • Miller said his foot is "close...

      Miller said his foot is "close to 100 percent," Mike Berman of NBC Chicago reports.

      Analysis: Miller added that he'll be taking it slow when the Bears start organized team activities. The 32-year-old tight end suffered a Lisfranc injury that cut short his 2016 season after just 10 games. He was having a productive season before the injury, having posted career highs in targets (64) and catches (47).

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  • 5/20, 9:15 am
    • With Sammy Watkins (foot) and Zay...

      With Sammy Watkins (foot) and Zay Jones (knee) sidelined during OTAs, Holmes has been seeing plenty of action while demonstrating smooth route running and good field awareness, John Murphy of BuffaloBills.com reports.

      Analysis: Everyone seems to want to pencil Jones into that No. 2 starting wideout spot, but that may be jumping to conclusions considering the rookie played his college ball at East Carolina, has yet to play an NFL down, and is now injured. Holmes seems like the safer play if the Bills choose to go that route, as he has plenty of pro experience and did catch 47 balls (four TD catches) for the 2014 Raiders. Assuming Jones gets back to health quickly, this might end up being a pretty good job battle this summer.

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  • 5/20, 7:30 am
    • Inman is expected to be sidelined...

      Inman is expected to be sidelined roughly six weeks following core muscle surgery, Eric Williams of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Inman is expected to miss the rest of the team's offseason activities, but the timing of the surgery should allow him to return for the start of training camp in the latter portion of July. The 28-year-old developed a rapport with quarterback Philip Rivers following No. 1 receiver Keenan Allen being forced out for the year in Week 1 of last season. He finished with four touchdowns and 810 yards on 58 receptions. With Allen returning this season, and the Chargers' first-round selection of Mike Williams in the draft, Inman will presumably be competing for snap opportunities this season. Thus, entering training camp in full health should be a top priority for the Virginia product.

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