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Joe Staley & Mike McGlinchey sing karaoke on Murph & Mac

Though they’ve been teammates for just over three months, veteran offensive tackle Joe Staley and rookie offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey have already formed an entertaining rapport.

The bromance was on display when the two joined Murph & Mac at 49ers training camp on Monday morning, with the elder Staley comparing their relationship to Will Farrell and John C. Riley’s characters from the movie Step Brothers.

The interview was entertaining throughout, with Staley trolling McGlinchey for his answers, and then jokingly calling new center Weston Richburg an “A-hole.” But things really took a turn for the absurd when Staley put McGlinchey on the spot, imploring him to “let everybody know how great that voice is,” and pestering him to sing along to the Backstreet Boys 1997 classic, “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).”

Staley then did his part, belting out an emotional rendition of Enrique Iglesias’ “Hero,” which Staley calls his go-to track.

“Everybody show up for those karaoke Thursdays,” Staley said. “You never know when we are going to show up for a live performance.”

Cehck out the interview below.


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