NFL sideline reporter Erin Andrews has a big issue with San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan.
During a recent episode of her podcast, “Calm Down With Erin and Charissa,” she explained that Shanahan runs so fast during their halftime interviews that she is unable to write down what he just told her.
“Running head coaches in the NFL make for some difficult halftime reports,” the podcast tweeted.
Shanahan is in a good mood this week after the team improved to 4-4 after a dominant win over the Rams.
Christian McCaffrey did something only four other players have accomplished in modern NFL history during that game. The San Francisco 49ers running back ran, caught and passed for a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 8.
The last player to do that was running back LaDanian Tomlinson for the then-San Diego Chargers in 2005.
McCaffrey’s first touchdown with the team after being traded was the passing one. He only joined the 49ers 10 days ago after being traded for a bevy of draft picks from the Carolina Panthers.