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No Huddle Podcast: Grant Cohn joins to discuss Kittle, Garoppolo, and the state of the 49ers

Aug 19, 2020 at 8:28 PM--




Grant Cohn of Sports Illustrated joins Al and Zain to discuss that huge deal for George Kittle, and how the news broke, and then take a deep dive into all things San Francisco 49ers-related. It's a fascinating interview for those who want a bit of an inside look at what it's like covering the team.

  • 1:10 - Jalen Hurd injury
  • 3:00 - Grant on breaking the news of Kittle's deal
  • 14:25 - Grant on the 49ers offense
  • 16:00 - Can Jimmy Garoppolo take the next step in 2020
  • 17:35 - Grant on the decision to keep Arik Armstead over Buckner
  • 19:35 - Javon Kinlaw vs. Buckner, and evaluating the D-line
  • 22:45 - Grant on the defensive backs
  • 24:20 - Dante Pettis
  • 28:55 - Wide receivers
  • 34:25 - The offense's potential
  • 36:10 - Injuries
  • 38:40 - Fake crowd noise

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