49ers Notebook: Shanahan ‘up for anything’ at QB, says 2020 a lesson for Deebo Samuel, who’s likely done

Dec 14, 2020 at 7:20 PM--


Sad Kyle Shanahan tends to be more open and forthcoming with information that happy Kyle Shanahan.
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