“His favorite word starts with an ‘F.’ A lot of profanity,” Juszczyk told “The Haberman and Middlekauff Podcast” last week. “He doesn’t even hear it when he speaks.
“It’s so funny because I’ll do Zoom meetings in the offseason, and sometimes somebody walks by the room and the amount of ‘s—ts’ and ‘f—ks’ and all this they hear, and they’re like, ‘What is going on in there?’ And I’m like, ‘Honestly, he’s not upset at all. He’s just talking.’ “
“I can’t sing, cook, dance, play an instrument, assemble furniture, understand algebra, change engine oil, speak a second language, recall what happened Tuesday and, in college, only thanks to a generous professor, I received a C-minus in “Physics For Poets.”
That said: I’m not totally terrible when it comes to forecasting what will happen during a San Francisco 49ers’ season.
“One small change here is seventh-round pick Brayden Willis missing the cut with Dwelley sliding into that fourth TE spot. Latu is a third-round pick and a virtual lock to make the team. Willis could wind up playing his way into a spot, but to start camp it makes sense for the more experienced player to earn the nod.”
“The starting spots are largely cemented, but there’s a fair amount of back-of-the-roster intrigue. A look the projected 53-man roster before the 49ers report for training camp Tuesday:”