It sure looks like a lot of NFL contract negotiators are heading to the beach this weekend, given the dizzying pace of rookie signings.
According to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, the 49ers joined the parade by signing second-round defensive end Tank Carradine.
Carradine’s coming off a torn ACL last November at Florida State, but they think he could be cleared to return by training camp.
Considering he ran a 4.75-second 40 at his pro day at 265 pounds, there is evidence to back up that belief.
The 49ers have shown a tendency to draft guys a year away (or more) from when they’re needed, but Carradine’s skills, along with age and some departures on the 49ers defensive line could push him forward.