Bradley Chubb / Justin Skule / Shon

#49ers C.J. Beathard sacked, fumbles as Bradley Chubb beats rookie Justin Skule, who needs to step up as possible swing tackle after Shon Coleman's season-ending ankle injury in exhibition opener

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