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‘Let’s go’ watch Kyle Juszczyk mic’d up during 49ers-Cardinals

Nov 20, 2019 at 6:40 AM--


Kyle Juszczyk is the latest San Francisco 49ers player to be mic'd up in a game. 49ers Studios, the team's in-house production studio, released the following video featuring the 28-year-old fullback during Sunday's 36-26 home victory over the Arizona Cardinals.



The win comes following the 49ers' first defeat of the season, a Week 10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The video has no shortage of "let's go" from Juszczyk, and even ends on that note.

"Let's go, baby," Juszczyk said. "Niners pick up the dub. We're rolling again. Green Bay next week. I'll see you there."

The Baltimore Ravens made Juszczyk a fourth-round selection out of Harvard in 2013. He has spent the past three seasons with San Francisco and is a key blocker in the run game while also being a threat as a receiver. Juszczyk has 13 catches for 139 yards through six games this year. Seven of those receptions for 63 receiving yards came on Sunday against the Cardinals.





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