- 49ers LB Dekoda Watson suffered a calf injury during team drills and had to be helped off the field. (Nick Wagoner)
- 49ers LBs Malcolm Smith and Reuben Foster practiced with the first-team defense during Tuesday’s practice.
- 49ers third-year CB Tyvis Powell also participated with the first-team, while CBs Richard Sherman and Jimmie Ward were limited to individual drills. (Matt Maiocco)
Cardinals QB Sam Bradford said he felt “really good” in Tuesday’s practice after returning from a season-ending knee injury he sustained last year.
“I feel really good right now,” Bradford said, via Josh Weinfuss of ESPN. “It was obviously good to be out there in team [periods] today, get some of that work. To this point, really just been building into it.”
Cardinals HC Steve Wilks added that Bradford has “gotten stronger” with his rehab and thinks the quarterback understands the offensive system.
“He’s gotten stronger with his rehab and those kinds of things,” Wilks said. “I think he’s definitely studied the playbook, understands the system. I think, for the most part, we’ve given him the certain looks that he needs but most importantly you want to make sure they’re live and that’s what we tried to increase today, the live looks.”
- According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Los Angeles Rams have been ordered to pay former 49ers RB Reggie Bush $12.5 million due to a season-ending knee injury he sustained at Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis when he slipped on an uncovered piece of concrete. (Joel Currier)
- Rams HC Sean McVay said DT Aaron Donald is in a “good place” with the team and the organization continues to discuss a contract with Donald’s representation. (Myles Simmons)
- Seahawks HC Pete Carroll said CB Dontae Johnson sustained a broken bone in his foot 10 days ago and is scheduled to undergo surgery. (Bob Condotta)
- Carroll was unclear when asked if S Earl Thomas will play for the Seahawks next season: “We’ll see.” (Bob Condotta)