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49ers’ Tevin Coleman explains how Kyle Shanahan has changed as play-designer

May 30, 2019 at 7:00 PM--


The Atlanta Falcons had a prolific offense under Kyle Shanahan's direction, and Tevin Coleman believes the 49ers head coach has gotten even better as a play-caller.
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