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No Huddle Podcast: 49ers Legend Vernon Davis Joins the Show

May 22, 2024 at 8:10 AM




(Episode 340) — Former 49ers tight end Vernon Davis joins Brian Renick and Al Sacco to reflect on Mike Singletary's influence, why the 49ers can get to the Super Bowl this year, his Hall of Fame chances, Jim Harbaugh's return to the NFL, and more!

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