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49ers coach Kyle Shanahan on Garoppolo: 'I expect Jimmy to be our starter next year'

By David Bonilla
Nov 17, 2020

There has been a lot of speculation surrounding San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo's NFL future. Will he remain in the Bay Area next season? Will the 49ers look to the draft or free agency to move in a different direction? On Tuesday, head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke with reporters via Zoom from his home and was asked about Garoppolo's future. "I expect Jimmy to be our starter next year," Shanahan said. "I mean, I expect him to come play with us this year (after he recovers from his ankle injury). We have six games left. We are not out of the playoffs yet. I've been on a team that was 3-6 going into a bye week that ended up winning their division. "I think we have guys on this team capable of finishing this the right way. We've got to do

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Bleacher Report lists 49ers' Trent Williams among 2021 free agents poised to be overpaid

By David Bonilla
4 hrs ago

First off, it's worth noting that Bleacher Report's Chris Roling lists Indianapolis Colts cornerback Xavier Rhodes among the crop of 2021 free agents most likely to be overpaid next offseason. How could that be relevant to San Francisco 49ers fans? Roling lists the Niners as potential suitors. It is worth noting that this is likely based purely on speculation and not any insider knowledge surrounding the team's thinking. Still, San Francisco doesn't have a cornerback signed beyond this season. Not one. So, expect San Francisco to be linked to several defensive backs during the upcoming offseason, including its own. Also on Roling's

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NFL owners approve expanded playoff proposal if games get canceled due to COVID-19

By David Bonilla
Nov 10, 2020

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that NFL owners have approved a proposal (which is all it is, at this point) to expand the playoffs to a 16-team format should regular-season games get canceled due to COVID-19. That could become a possibility with the number of teams that have at least one player on the reserve/COVID-19 list continuing to climb. NFL owners approved a proposal to add two playoff teams - eight in each conference - if regular-season games get cancelled.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 10,

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