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No Huddle Podcast: The 49ers are 7-0 and headed to the desert to face the Cardinals

Oct 28, 2019 at 9:54 PM--




The San Francisco 49ers are 7-0 after a big win against the Carolina Panthers and following a big trade for wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. Zain, Levin, and Stats discuss what the acquisition means for the offense, what happens to Emmanuel Moseley when Ahkello Witherspoon returns from his foot injury, the dominating defense, Tevin Coleman's impact, and looking toward Thursday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.

You can listen to the latest "No Huddle Podcast" episode above, from our dedicated podcast page, on iTunes, Google Play, or SoundCloud.





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