The head coach’s father stands below the goal posts in the end zone and watches the 49ers practice from a distance.
There he is almost every day when the 49ers run drills. He wears a blue polo shirt, khaki shorts and black sandals. He doesn’t talk to anyone or take notes. He stands by himself, stoic, arms folded across his chest as he studies the players and the assistant coaches and his son.
Is his presence good or bad?
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