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Fred Warner finds 49ers teammate Nick Bosa ‘hilarious’

Dec 6, 2022 at 4:28 PM--

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Fred Warner joined KNBR on Tuesday and was asked about one of his teammates, defensive end Nick Bosa. Hosts Tom Tolbert and Adam Copeland specifically asked about the following viral clip, showing off the dominant pass rusher's unique style of humor.

The video shows Warner firing up the defense against the Los Angeles Chargers and then capturing Bosa's response to the linebacker's encouraging words.

"Can't agree more," Bosa said in his typical laid-back tone.

"We're used to it, but it's still so funny to me," Warner said after laughing. "Even that moment you mentioned, in the heat of battle, I'm trying to get the group going, and obviously, I don't hear him say that right there because he's off in the back of the huddle, but just to know that's his reaction is hilarious."

Warner added, "But that's just him. He's quite the personality, you could say."

You have to listen to the interview to appreciate Warner's reaction. The linebacker genuinely finds his defensive teammate very amusing. The video is full of some other humorous Bosa moments.

"I just want to sack the quarterback, dude," Bosa is heard telling fellow defensive lineman Arik Armstead while sitting on the sideline. "It's not as easy as it looks."

Bosa did end up getting a sack in the game. Upon bringing down Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, Bosa said, "That's a sack-a-rooney, baby."

When it comes to Bosa on the football field, there are few better than the NFL's current 2022 sack leader, who has reached opposing quarterbacks 14.5 times this season. The defensive end is a nightmare for opposing offensive lines.

"I don't know how he does it, but he sure does a pretty good job of it," Warner commented.

You can listen to the entire conversation with Warner below.


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