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49ers’ George Kittle vs. Will Redmond: Kyle Shanahan predicts the penalty

Jan 22, 2020 at 12:20 PM--


All-Pro tight end George Kittle against Packers journeyman safety Will Redmond is a mismatch. Just ask Kyle Shanahan.
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George Kittle led the NFL in touchdowns nullified by a penalty in 2019, per PFF

By David Bonilla
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Poor George Kittle. He could have had such a great 2019 NFL campaign. Wait a minute, Kittle hauled in 85 passes for 1,053 yards with five touchdown receptions, earning first-team All-Pro honors and his second Pro Bowl selection. It was also his second consecutive season of over 1,000 yards receiving, and the tight end is widely considered to be the best in the NFL at his position. A division championship and a trip to the Super Bowl aren't things to dismiss, either. So, why poor George Kittle? Pro Football Focus' Ian Hartitz explains that 2019 could have been even more

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Barrows: 'Someone in the know' feels George Kittle, 49ers could land on a contract worth $13 million a year

By David Bonilla
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There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the long-term contract for San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle. Some even feel a new deal could fetch the All-Pro an annual salary up to $20 million. Naturally, when one person starts talking about those kinds of numbers, everyone does. That would shatter the ceiling of the tight end market. Right now, the top salaries for the position group remain under $11 million. To nearly double that when next year's salary cap situation remains uncertain might not be in the San Francisco 49ers' best interests, and at least one person doesn't believe it will come to that. "I recently spoke with someone

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Execs, players, coaches pick George Kittle over Travis Kelce as the NFL's best tight end

By David Bonilla
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ESPN's Jeremy Fowler polled 50 league executives, coaches, scouts, and players, asking them to identify the NFL's best tight end. The result, as far as the top choice, probably won't come as a surprise to San Francisco 49ers fans. It's George Kittle. But that doesn't mean the top spot was absent of debate. "Voters gave their best 10 to 15 players at a position," explained Fowler, "then we compiled the results and ranked candidates based on number of top-10 votes, composite average, interviews and research. We had several ties, so we broke them by isolating the two-man matchup with additional voting and

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