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Chris Biderman joins us to talk Lynch, free agents, Kaepernick, draft, more

Jan 31, 2017 at 1:29 PM--


San Francisco 49ers beat writer Chris Biderman of USA TODAY Sports and Niners Wire held a chat with fans via Facebook Live on our official Facebook page. During the discussion, Biderman gave his thoughts on a myriad of 49ers related topics, including the staff possibilities for Kyle Shanahan, potential targets during free agency, options in the draft, and a lot more.

Biderman also shared his thoughts on the surprising hire of John Lynch as the new 49ers general manager, the front office group that he is trying to build around him, and the differences between him and former general manager Trent Baalke.

Another hot topic was Colin Kaepernick, who Biderman feels needs a change of scenery and believes that the 49ers should move on from the quarterback.

You can watch the entire Facebook Live chat below. Thank you to Biderman for spending the time to answer questions from our fans.






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