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The Shanahans sent Wes Welker’s son some Halloween candy, but he’d rather thank his favorite 49ers player

Oct 30, 2020 at 12:39 PM--


This may be the best thing you see today. San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan's family sent some Halloween candy to assistant Wes Welker's youngest of three children, Coleman Jack. His wife, Anna, encouraged the three-year-old to thank the Shanahans for the gift.

Thankfully, for fans, Welker shared the exchange on social media.

"I love you, Deebo," the adorable child says in the video posted to Twitter.

When Anna tries to correct him, he doesn't give in.

"Thank you, Deebo. I love you," he continues before blowing a kiss to the camera.

Again, she tries to correct him.

"No, Deebo!" he declares.

Oh well. They tried.

You can watch the exchange in the video below. Enjoy.


Wes Welker is in his second season as the 49ers' wide receivers coach. So, there is no doubt that little Coleman Jack is very familiar with his favorite player, Deebo Samuel. The second-year star wideout is a fan-favorite, so there are probably many people out there who can relate to Welker's son.





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