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49ers’ George Kittle vows to be back in Super Bowl with ‘a motherf---ing vengeance’

Feb 5, 2020 at 6:45 AM--


It was a devastating and emotional defeat for the San Francisco 49ers. Tight end George Kittle has already vowed to use the heartbreaking loss as fuel for next season.

"Revenge tour, baby," Kittle said after the game. "I was just sitting with Kwon (Alexander), and we were saying: 'The Legendary Revenge Tour of 2020.' It's coming, and I can't f---ing wait."

Kittle doesn't just hope to rack up wins next season as part of one of the league's best teams. He plans to return to the Super Bowl and expressed that on the sidelines on Sunday as he watched victory slip away.

Kittle could be heard in the clip below, saying, "I will be back here. I will be back here, and I will be back with a motherf---ing vengeance."


Kittle had just four catches for 36 yards against the Chiefs, who managed to contain the explosive tight end. However, a motivated Kittle is a dangerous Kittle, and NFL defenders might be in for some punishment next season.



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