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No Huddle Podcast: A hard look at the state of the current 49ers roster

Apr 12, 2017 at 9:27 PM--


With the NFL Draft approaching, it's time for Al and Zain to break down the current 49ers roster and discuss what the major needs are heading into the draft. Also, will players like Carlos Hyde, Vance McDonald, Jimmie Ward, and Aaron Lynch finally live up to their potential?

Listen to the audio below or from our dedicated podcast page.






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