Breaking: George Kittle, John Lynch issue statements after tight end officially signs contract extension with 49ers
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49ers players react to the trade for Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders

Oct 22, 2019 at 2:22 PM--

The Denver Broncos on Tuesday traded veteran wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and a fifth-round draft pick to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for third- and fourth-round picks.

Sanders, while leaving the Broncos facility on Tuesday, said he was sad to go but looked forward to the possibilities in San Francisco.

Sanders said he is looking forward to "meeting the guys," and 49ers players seem pretty excited to get him into the locker room.

RELATED 49ers trade two draft picks for Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders

Here are the reactions of Sanders' new teammates upon learning the news.

Then, there was Sanders' reaction to the official announcement by the 49ers.

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