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San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said Sunday the team was “extremely disappointed” with Santa Clara County’s coronavirus regulations that would force them to find a temporary home for the remainder of the 2020 season.

The California county instituted a new three-week ban on practices and games for contact sports beginning Monday.

Shanahan said the team was about to get onto a plane Saturday to face the Rams in Los Angeles when they heard the news of the latest crackdown.


“We’ve been working with them as a partner, just trying to figure it out,” he said. “For us to be heading out here yesterday and the relationship we have with them, for all of our players and coaches and everyone on that plane and our wives to find that out while we’re getting on a plane and no one to tell us. It was just extremely disappointing.”

Shanahan added: “They made that decision and we’ve got to deal with it. But to find that out through a tweet or a press conference where I have an entire plane coming up to me, I have all wives, everyone’s girlfriends, everyone’s family members, kids, saying that what they heard there. Are we going to be gone for the entire month of December? Are we going to be quarantined for 14 days when we get back? That’s all we could talk about for the last 18 hours because we got no answers from them. I was just very disappointed.”


The county has not commented on Shanahan's remarks.

Stanford, San Jose State and the San Jose Sharks are also affected by the ban.

The 49ers have not yet found a new home stadium. The team could potentially use the old Oakland Coliseum or another team’s stadium for their games throughout the rest of December.


San Francisco has three home games left and one road game.

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CRAIG Melvin couldn't stop talking about women's underwear fast enough on a recent Today show.

The co-host of the morning show's third-hour looked uncomfortable, and begged his partner to move on after a discussion turned revealing.

5Jill Martin dropped by the Today show to reveal some fall fashion findsCredit: Today show 5Host Craig Melvin got visible uncomfortable when Jill showed off some brasCredit: Today show

It happened while guest and Shop Today host Jill Martin appeared during a segment on fall fashion deals and steals.

The segment started innocently enough, with Jill discussing special values on kids backpacks and ladies hair clips.

Then she moved on to a lingerie company called Naked Rebellion, and introduced their Bralette.

Jill described the item as a thin designer bra-substitute, which "gives you support, but it also gives a little bit of fashion."

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She then gave an example, "So if you’re wearing a tank, you can show the strap."

Craig, 43, looked baffled by the bra, and uncomfortable during the entire presentation.

After Jill continued to describe how the bralette fits, using herself as a model, Craig quickly and awkwardly tried to move on to the next product.

"We’ve spent enough time there, how about we come to the clogs!" he stumbled through.

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Jill laughed at his reaction, admitting: "I was like I know you can’t wait to get out of that and forget all about it."

But online, fans wouldn't let the newsman off so easily.

"Watching Craig hawk feminine undergarments was #priceless!" one person tweeted.


Craig has had his share of cringeworthy moments while hosting the Today show.

In March, Craig was slammed for calling out Will Smith on air over the actor's "rage" in controversial comments.

It came after the A-lister shocked the world by attacking Chris Rock following a joke aimed at his wife, Jade Pinkett Smith.

While everyone was still talking about the incident, Today personality Craig decided to share his own thoughts on the matter just hours after it occurred.

After calling Will's actions "really disappointing," Craig said: “If you’re rearing a boy, especially in this country, you spend so much time talking to our kids about keeping your hands to yourself, controlling your emotions...

"And then there’s also this long-held perception in this country that man of color, especially, can’t control their rage and their anger and to see someone who’s been that beloved for decades – it was troubling on so many levels."


However, some people were not all about Craig's comments and took to Twitter to react.

One wrote: “You are wrong Craig, Men of Color has nothing to do with Will slapping the heck out Chris Rock.

"In the Black culture, if you talk about our mother, and our wife we will kick your a**..."

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Another added: “You never cease to amaze me. You also have a duty to represent and protect ‘men of color.’

"Your on air comments did nothing but add fuel to an already volatile situation and are nothing more than another form of Black on Black crime.”

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