49ers Notebook: ‘Holding out hope’ for Garoppolo, Kittle, but 3 players likely done for the year

Dec 1, 2020 at 3:00 PM--


Your San Francisco/Santa Clara/Glendale 49ers, everyone. On Wednesday, the organization moves to Arizona for at least the next three weeks.
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