A first-round draft pick in 1990, RB/KR Dexter Carter accomplished a lot during his time in San Francisco. In addition to being a part of the 49ers' fifth Super Bowl victory, Carter led the team in rushing in 1990 and is also one of the most accomplished return men in team history. The latter earned him a spot on the 49ers all-time 50th-anniversary team.

Carter joins Al and Zain to discuss his career in a candid interview. The former Niner talks about what it was like joining a team that had already won back-to-back titles, as well as the transition from Joe Montana to Steve Young. He also pulls no punches in talking about some less than stellar teammates he's had over the years and where he thinks the current team is headed.

Also, Al and Zain share their thoughts after the 49ers first win of the season, and what to expect after the bye week.

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