49ers mailbag: How long until Shanahan’s team is good again? Will Jimmy G come back?

Nov 5, 2020 at 8:20 AM--


Will Jimmy Garoppolo be back with the 49ers in 2021? How long will it take for Kyle Shanahan's team to bounce back? We answer those, and other key questions, in our weekly mailbag.
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