Crash course: 49ers’ Justin Skule catching up in effort to fill in for Joe Staley

Sep 21, 2019 at 3:20 AM--


49ers rookie Justin Skule has big shoes to fill after the injury to veteran tackle Joe Staley, but Staley is doing his best to prep the sixth-rounder.
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