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Blake Costanzo Refuses to Change Cleats

Posted Jul 16, 2014

Jim Harbaugh, Colin Kaepernick, Michael Crabtree all bring unique footwear to the field each Sunday. The same goes for this 49ers linebacker.


Jim Harbaugh, Colin Kaepernick and Michael Crabtree all bring unique footwear to the field each Sunday. The same goes for a certain Niners linebacker.

Blake Costanzo, the personable, card-carrying member of "The Tony Montana Squad," has a claim to fame in the shoe game. (I just rhymed a little.)

He's been rocking the same cleats for two seasons. Even better, he spray paints them on Friday nights before games. It's his personal ritual. Now that Costanzo is back with the 49ers, the color of choice for offseason workouts has been white.

So when I was asked which member of the 49ers would challenge Crabtree in the footwear deparment in this week's "Niner Talk" show, Costanzo's name was an easy name to mention.


Here's my answer at the 1:40 mark of the show:


I'm glad I was able to clear that up for you Cyle.


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