After recently receiving praise from Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnoulo, another respected member of the football community complimented San Francisco 49ers passer Brock Purdy.

When explaining the new defensive trend of late coverage rotations against pre-snap reads on the Ross Tucker Podcast, NFL analyst Greg Cosell mentioned Purdy as a player who handles late coverage rotations “exceptionally well.”

Listen to Cosell praise Purdy via @RossTuckerPod on Twitter:

In his first full season as the 49ers’ starting quarterback, the second-year passer out of Iowa State played at an MVP-caliber level, passing for 4,280 yards and 31 touchdowns with only 11 interceptions.

Purdy helped lead the 49ers to the Super Bowl in his second season, throwing for 255 yards and a touchdown in an overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

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