Thursday night swap: Why the NFL moved Ravens-Steelers, but not 49ers-Packers

Nov 25, 2020 at 11:20 AM--


49ers fans are surely still upset over the NFL's stubbornness, but the Ravens' COVID situation is much worse than San Francisco's was.
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San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch spoke with Tim Kawakami of The Athletic this week and was once again asked about the team's quarterback situation. Now, this was all before the buzz surrounding Deshaun Watson's disappointment in the Houston Texans and the potential trade talk that ensued. Hence, the focus was on the possibility that the 49ers might look to the first round of the draft to bolster the quarterback position. Kawakami, as part of the interview on his podcast, The TK Show, asked Lynch if the 49ers might consider using their top pick on one of the highly-touted incoming rookie signal-callers. "We certainly could," Lynch responded while

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