49ers reporter uses childhood George Kittle photo as Zoom background

Revenge is often sweet. And for 49ers George Kittle's close end it was well deserved.
Last month, when everyone in the sports world had to resort to Zoom meetings, Kittle took the opportunity to prank his quarterback with a picture of the old school as a surprise to the squad.
Kittle was recently on the other side of a similar prank when team reporter Keiana Martin got her own form of revenge on behalf of Jimmy G:
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# 49ers TE George Kittle is known for using old pictures of his teammates as a zoom background.

Last night during the # State of theFranchise event @KeianaMartinTV took revenge for everyone.
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Could be as good. There are many ways to change backgrounds and make fun of each other. Jimmy G holds his own in the painting department, and since he knows Kittle's personality, he's not too far away either.
49er full-back Kyle Juszczyk said the team always started with funny jokes to "keep things light", which we could all laugh at now.
[RELATED: Jimmy G Confident in 49ers Super Bowl Hangover]
During the original interview Juice had with Bay Area reporters, he enjoyed the variety. Over time, many wondered if this would continue because the coronavirus pandemic is still taking over our daily lives.
It seems that they still have a sense of humor in an unprecedented time.
The 49ers reporter uses a photo of George Kittle from his childhood when the zoom background originally appeared in the NBC Sports Bay Area

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