49ers Mailbag: Marquise Goodwin in line to get back in receiver mix

Nov 10, 2019 at 3:00 PM--


The 49ers have some very good players. Their defensive line is stacked with first-round draft picks, many of whom are playing like first-round draft picks.But
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