Shaun Hill and Manny Lawson live on Wednesday night 4pm pst @ PFC

Mar 24, 2009 at 11:03 AM--


San Francisco 49ers quarterback Shaun Hill and linebacker Manny Lawson have just been confirmed for a special 49ers edition of Pro Football Central Radio brought to you by 49erswebzone.com. Staff writer and forum member A.J. Bolino will also be on hand to break down the latest news on the 49ers.

You can listen to the show live over at PrimeSportsNetwork.com Wednesday night at 4pm pst.

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