Raw Video: Former 49ers Head Coach Steve Mariucci Previews The NFC Championship

Jan 17, 2020 at 7:00 PM--


CBS 5 SF KPIX - Raw Video: Former 49ers Head Coach Steve Mariucci Previews The NFC Championship - Dennis O'Donnell caught up with Steve Mariucci at his home in the South Bay. (1-17-20)





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