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Time stamps for Joe Fann podcast with Jeff Hafley

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The San Francisco 49ers defensive backs coach breaks down the secondary. You can listen to the entire podcast here.

Last week, 49ers reporter Joe Fann has a lengthy podcast with 49ers defensive backs coach Jeff Hafley. Clocking in at 27 minutes, this is a very interesting listen as Hafley goes through some player evaluations, draft processes, and expectations for the 2018 season. Being a holdover from the Chip Kelly coaching staff, Hafley has seen two different atmospheres with the team and towards the end goes into detail on the differences between the two.

Below are the time stamps of the entire interview, but I suggest just putting the thing on and listening to it beginning to end. There’s a lot of great stuff in this one. I wasn’t able to embed it into the post, but you can listen to it here.

00:25 - What he makes of the group of DBs
01:03 - What the addition of Richard Sherman does for the DB room
03:20 - The mentorship role of Sherman
04:20 - Does the presence of Sherman change his approach to him vs. Ahkello Witherspoon?
05:37 - The growth of Witherspoon through his rookie year
08:57 - The expectations for Witherspoon and the DB room at large
10:00 - Adrian Colbert’s development
11:30 - Putting Jimmie Ward at corner and penciling Colbert in at safety/Ward’s health
14:00 - Jaquiski Tartt thoughts
15:40 - Thoughts on Tarvarius Moore
17:35 - Thoughts on Marcell Harris
18:16 - Thoughts on Tarvarus McFadden
19:25 - Thoughts on K’Waun Williams
20:00 - Competition with teammates and how you keep it positive and not toxic
21:35 - How he became a DB coach with the 49ers
24:00 - The changes in atmosphere from Chip Kelly to Kyle Shanahan and where things are headed