Massive chaos in the 49ers front office?

Dec 3, 2015 at 10:19 PM--


Tim Kawakami of The Mercury News posted a vague tweet tonight about some possible chaos among the San Francisco 49ers front office. What exactly is he talking about? That's not yet known – possibly even by Kawakami himself.


It must be massive. After all, he used the word twice in the post to emphasize the massiveness of the chaos, perhaps making it much bigger than your average 49ers chaos.

Kawakami's tweet generated his typical backlash from fans, to which he replied with his typically humorous retorts. However, he also added the following.


We'll have to wait and see if anything develops from this. What do you think this may mean? It is already being discussed in our forums.





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