49ers injury report: Marcell Harris to start in place of Jaquiski Tartt

Dec 6, 2019 at 5:20 PM--


BRADENTON, Fla. Marcell Harris on Sunday will be back where he ended his rookie season with the 49ers.Harris will take over as the 49ers
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