The 49ers’ defensive overhaul could benefit second-year safety Tarvarius Moore

May 31, 2019 at 12:20 PM--

PFF Analyst Thomas Frank Carr explains why Tarvarius Moore's skill set is tailor-made for the defensive approach that the 49ers would like to run in 2019.
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