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No Huddle Podcast: Dwight Clark, receiver failures, draft talk, and the Raiders’ move

Mar 31, 2017 at 8:33 PM--


Dwight Clark, Jerry Rice, Terrell Owens. The 49ers have had some of the best receivers in history, but have struggled to find an answer in recent years. Al and Zain review past mistakes and also talk about draft possibilities, the Raiders' move, Brian Hoyer and pay tribute to Clark.

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