Do the 49ers Have the Best Safety Duo in the NFC West?

Jun 25, 2021 at 4:40 PM--


As we wait for training camp to start in late July, let's take stock of the NFC West position by position. Today, let's rank the safety duos from the worst to the best. 4. Los Angeles Rams: Taylor Rapp and Jordan Fuller. The Rams drafted Fuller in the sixth round last year, and he started 12 ...Continue reading
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