San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle will play in his first Pro Bowl on Sunday. He has been spending the week in Orlando, Florida with the other NFL all-stars participating in the game and sat down with MJ Acosta and Omar Ruiz of NFL Network on Saturday.

During the short interview, Kittle discussed his time at Walt Disney World, quarterback Nick Mullens, his predictions for the 49ers in 2019, and, of course, was asked about Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.

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Kittle on Mullens:

"Nick Mullens is fantastic. One of my favorite things about him, literally, he's the first guy in (and) he's the last guy out. The extra stuff that he does to prepare for games. He is just as prepared for a game as Coach Shanahan is. That's just my opinion of him. He watches all the film, all the breakdown, everything. So when you have a guy like that, it makes the game easy because you don't have to worry about them being nervous or anything. Nick's got all the confidence in the world. He just goes out and balls out."

Kittle on the 49ers' chances for success in 2019:

"I think we definitely had the most rookies play two years ago, my rookie year. Then this year we had a bunch of rookies play. So we've got a very young team, including myself. I'm only going into my third year. I feel like everyone is getting their legs underneath them. Once you get a rhythm and you've got [Jimmy Garoppolo] back and [Jerick McKinnon], we've got some weapons. So I am definitely very confident in our season next year."

Kittle on the possibility of the 49ers trading for Antonio Brown:

"You know what? You've got to talk to Coach Shanahan about that."