No Huddle Podcast: KNBR’s Larry Krueger joins to help preview 49ers training camp

Jul 24, 2017 at 12:16 PM--


You can feel the excitement as training camps begin to open across the NFL and the San Francisco 49ers are hoping the new regime can help bring the once-proud franchise back to its winning ways. While the arrow appears to be pointed up, there are still many questions that need to be answered. Does the offense have enough talent? Can the defense rebound after a historically bad season? How will the new faces fit in?

Al and Zain try and break it all down with the help of KNBR's Larry Krueger. The trio discuss the competitions at running back, the players who could have breakout seasons, receivers, and the 2017 49ers rookie class. They also discuss Paraag Marathe and the Kirk Cousins saga.

Listen to the audio below, from our dedicated podcast page, on iTunes, Google Play, or SoundCloud.






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