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Last week Alfred Morris Jersey White , the San Francisco 49ers—and their fanbase by extension—got a jolt by a report from Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller. Miller said there was "friction" between Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch,..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsSan Francisco 49ers NewsMatt Miller stands behind his report on the “friction” between Kyle Shanahan/John Lynch on the 49ers Insider PodcastNew,184commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareMatt Miller stands behind his report on the “friction” between Kyle Shanahan/John Lynch on the 49ers Insider PodcastLast week, the San Francisco 49ers—and their fanbase by extension—got a jolt by a report from Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller. Miller said there was “friction” between Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch, with potential breakup a possibility. Naturally, that prompted a flurry of denials from the 49ers and the beat writers also saying they hadn’t seen anything as Miller suggested. One week later, Miller joined Matt Maiocco on the 49ers Insider Podcast to go over the report and offer a bit of background behind it. They don’t waste any time and jump right into the report at the 3:26-minute mark: Whether Miller—and his source by extension— are correct in this friction is in the eye of the beholder. He’s sticking by his report, that’s for sure. The other question fans have had wasn’t the report itself but why, with a team like the 49ers that have had a history of leaks http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-k_waun-williams-jersey , burned bridges and a front office that won’t play nice, would this report go into his draft notebook and not be its own story? Given the history of the 49ers and Jim Harbaugh—and to a lesser extent Jim Tomsula and Chip Kelly—the report on its own is huge, or at the very least, possibly higher up than third as Maiocco pointed out.Which led to aquestion on that very issue: Following this, Miller doubled down on his initial report. Miller spoke of a text he received earlier on the day of the podcast. The text was from someone within the 49ers organization who, upon Miller saying he knew the team was not happy with him, the source replied, “because you know what’s going on and aren’t afraid to tell people about it.” So there you have it, more background on the friction. There’s good stuff on some hypotheticals and what happened in the aftermath of the 2017 season where the 49ers won five straight. I went ahead and time-stamped the entire podcast for you to jump to a specific question. The entire thing is worth a listen. As far as if there is friction K'Waun Williams Jersey White , it’s still up to you. You can listen to the podcast using the widget above, click here if it doesn’t appear. 01:06 - Background and Miller’s fandom03:26 - The state of the relationship between Kyle Shanahan/John Lynch05:10 - Why he had this report as the third item in an NFL-wide article07:14 - Does he still think there’s friction? 09:20 - The background of Kyle Shanahan hiring10:14 - Bringing a personnel exec in during the summer of 201713:19 - What Maiocco hears15:13 - Kyle Shanahan’s response to Maiocco15:27- A possible calculated move with the source17:45 - The “joke” that Miller is not a 49ers fan anymore20:54 - Ties to the Trent Baalke regime23:40 - His draft sources25:06 - His view of the 49ers after the 2019 draft The NFL season is winding down which means some players have contracts ending. Some players will get franchised or extended but others will be hitting the open market. We’ll take a look at each position and see if any hopeful players would be a good fit for the San Francisco 49ers. I almost wanted to not even bother with the quarterback free agents. The 49ers are set at the position. Jimmy Garoppolo is the starter once he returns from a knee injury and the winner of the Nick Mullens/C.J. Beathard backup competition will be right behind him. If the 49ers were to take a third quarterback, it wouldn’t be a free agent, rather I’d see them getting someone off the practice squad. If the 49ers go to free agency, they may be stuck playing roster musical chairs with the acquisition like they did with Tom Savage. They could go back to Jack Heneghan, who they brought to training camp and cut as they made their way to the 53-man roster, or they could go with a new UDFA entirely. The crop of free agent quarterbacks is (obviously) small. Teddy Bridgewater is available, but either the New Orleans Saints are going to lock him up as the quarterback of the future, or he’ll go somewhere he can start. Matt Schaub could be a great backup to the 49ers; he played under Shanahan while both were with the Houston Texans and also was Matt Ryan’s backup during Shanahan’s time with the Atlanta Falcons. He knows the playbook well and could be useful. The thing to keep in mind on that is Schaub turns 38 in June Dwight Clark Jersey , and there’s a reason he’s a backup—he got benched in Houston after his play suffered. How bad was it? He got in the record books with most consecutive games with a pick-six. Ryan Fitzpatrick is available as well. It is doubtful he returns to Tampa Bay after all that merry-go-round he shared with Jameis Winston. Whether he starts or not, he may want to get a change of scenary. Fitzpatrick had some great games. He also had some incredibly awful ones in 2018. And then on the other end of the spectrum is Brock Osweiler. If you really, really, REALLY want him as a 49er, you can petition the team to go sign him. Here’s your free agent quarterbacks per Over the Cap. Things could change with franchise tags and deals, but all of the below have contracts expiring.Would you be interested in any of these quarterbacks, any of them, coming to Santa Clara? Quarterbacks hitting free agency in 2019NameTeamAgeNameTeamAge
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