Joe Staley’s 13-year NFL Journey with the 49ers


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Former NFL Offensive Tackle Joe Staley stops by to share some locker room stories from his 13 year career with the San Francisco 49ers. Staley tells Michael Robinson about his welcome to the NFL moment realizing the size of players he has to block (1:30), and how he cleaned up after Hall of Fame Tackle Larry Allen in meetings (4:35). Mike Rob and Joe reminisce about being teammates and how the team changed under head coach Jim Harbaugh’s tenure (8:40). He then sheds light on supporting Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the national anthem, and how it did not cause friction in the locker room (12:00). The guys then discuss the curious case of Jimmy Garoppolo, and how the business side of the game will determine his future in San Francisco (14:50), and then the podcast shifts to what sets Kyle Shanahan’s play calling style a part from the rest of the NFL (18:55). Joe then reflects on being a member of the 0-fer Super Bowl club (22:10). Finally, Mike Rob lets Joe know that Brian Billick told him the Ravens were interested in drafting Staley, and Staley shares his relief that didn’t happen because it would have motivated a family member to spend a little too much time with him. (23:40). NFL Total Access: The Locker Room is part of the NFL Podcasts Network.

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