First Take debates whether Kyle Shanahan should be on the hot seat 🔥

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First Take debates whether Kyle Shanahan should be on the hot seat 🔥

Stephen A. Smith, Keyshawn Johnson and Mina Kimes debate whether San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan should be on the hot seat.

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