Breaking: 49ers, George Kittle 'on the cusp' of a massive deal that could eclipse $14 million per year, says Rapoport

Matt Breida set for limited practice Wednesday

Nov 27, 2019 at 1:20 PM--


Running back Matt Breida didn't practice at all for the 49ers last week, but he's moving in a better direction as the team's preparations for the Ravens get underway. Head coach Kyle Shanahan told reporters on Wednesday that Breida will be a limited participant in practice. Breida has missed the last two games with an [more]
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