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John Lynch says 49ers have no plan to trade Deebo Samuel

You can not Always Get What You Want.

That axiom could very well apply to Deebo Samuel, who wants out of San Francisco but doesn’t seem to have the leverage to enforce the situation.

Speaking to reporters Monday, 49ers GM John Lynch made it clear that the team has no intention of moving away from the wideout.

“You just don’t let guys like that go,” Lynch called. “I can’t think of a scenario where we… He’s just too good a player.”

Lynch promised to keep talks with Samuel private, however expressed that he is “confident that we can find the solutions to deal with whatever is going on”.

John Lynch doesn't sound like someone willing to trade Deebo Samuel.
John Lynch doesn’t sound like someone willing to trade Deebo Samuel.
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Deebo Samuel wants out of San Francisco but may not get his way.
Deebo Samuel wants out of San Francisco but may not get his way.
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Last year, Samuel caught 77 balls for 1,405 yards. He also ran the ball 59 times for 365 yards. Between rushing and receiving, he accumulated 14 touchdowns.

It’s the hasty attempts that may have upset Samuel. He was reportedly unhappy with his role on the San Francisco offense, and these are adding to the wear and tear on his body.

Samuel has not directly explained his reasons for wanting to leave San Francisco, but he has refuted Adam Schefter’s account of his desire to be closer to his home in South Carolina.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/25/john-lynch-says-49ers-have-no-plan-to-trade-deebo-samuel/ John Lynch says 49ers have no plan to trade Deebo Samuel

JOE HERNANDEZ

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