Fred Warner confident contract will work itself out in due time

May 27, 2021 at 4:40 AM--


49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said this week that he wants linebacker Fred Warner to be a member of the team "forever" and that he expects talks on a contract to make that happen will pick up sooner rather than later. Warner didn't delve into the timeline for contract conversations when he spoke to reporters, [more]
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