Trey Lance: It’s not my job to care what reporters or people on social media say

May 31, 2022 at 7:20 AM--


San Francisco quarterback Trey Lance may be aware of the chatter that he hasn't come as far over the last year as the 49ers were hoping when they drafted him. But he says he doesn't care about that. Lance said that he knows how his teammates and coaches feel about him, and that's enough. "In [more]
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