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NFL Notes: Cody Latimer, 49ers, Chargers, Eagles & Jaguars

Cody Latimer

  • Broncos WR Cody Latimer was cited and arrested for a year-old traffic ticket, after being an alleged victim in a domestic dispute on Monday. (Mike Klis)
  • According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation records, the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office arrested Latimer after it was discovered that he had an outstanding warrant for failing to appear to a April 29, 2015 court date for a minor traffic ticket. (Mike Klis)

49ers

  • 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is in line to collect a $400,000 workout bonus for completing at least 90 percent of the team’s offseason program. (Matt Maiocco)
  • According to Maiocco, the 49ers may not clear Kaepernick for football activities until the start of training camp in July.
  • Miaocco reports that 49ers RT Anthony Davis has yet to file the necessary paperwork to be reinstated from the NFL’s retired/reserve list.
  • Davis made a post on Twitter over the weekend, which was quickly deleted, that intimated he was interested on making a return to the NFL.
  • 49ers’ third-year WR Bruce Ellington has received “a lot of work” at slot receiver during OTAs, while Torrey Smith and Quinton Patton line up on the outside. (Matt Barrows)

Chargers

  • Jason Cole reports that cities are beginning to push back against the NFL and the demands to obtain Super Bowls. As of now, it takes between $50-$60 million in investments to land a Super Bowl, according to Cole’s sources.
  • Many expected that the lure of future Super Bowls could entice the city of San Diego to help the Chargers build a new stadium.
  • However, Cole says that San Diego doesn’t have that kind of funding to convince the league to be aggressive in the bidding for future Super Bowls, which could ultimately work against the Chargers’ hopes of securing a downtown stadium.

Eagles

  • The Eagles gave first-team reps to G/OT Dennis Kelly at left tackle and C/G Stefen Wisniewski at left guard during Tuesday’s practice, according to Jeff McLane.
  • McLane believes Wisniewski has a chance to compete with Allen Barbre for the starting left guard spot, while Kelly does not have a realistic possibility of unseating veteran LT Jason Peters.
  • McLane does not think Barbre is guaranteed a starting spot, despite HC Doug Pederson giving a “strong vote of confidence” in him two weeks ago.

Jaguars