49ers’ fast-maturing Tarvarius Moore making push to unseat Ward

Aug 16, 2019 at 3:00 PM--


On Friday, after 49ers free safety Tarvarius Moore had another interception in a joint practice against the Broncos, defensive coordinator Robert Saleh struck a different note when asked if Moore could be the team's season-opening starter with presumptive starter Jimmie Ward still sidelined.
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