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Fan sign insulting 49ers CEO Jed York removed at Levi’s Stadium

Jan 3, 2016 at 1:11 PM--


A fan or fans brought in a sign to Levi's Stadium that poked fun at San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York to today's game between the 49ers and St. Louis Rams. It was in a prime spot to be possibly seen on television cameras. That sign has since been taken down. It is unknown if the fans decided to remove it or if Levi's Stadium staff requested the sign to be removed.


Fans have already arranged to have three ... yes three ... banners aimed at York over Levi's Stadium during three 49ers home games.

After a 4-11 season up to this point, the team is expected to let go of head coach Jim Tomsula following today's season finale.



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