This is Grant Cohn, but some people call me Iggy. You can call me whatever you’d like. I’m your new 49ers blogger. I’ll be reporting and tweeting every day from training camp in Santa Clara as soon as it opens, whenever that may be. Until then, I’ll join Bob Padecky and Phil Barber in providing […]
I know some of you are going to get tired of hearing this, especially in the absence of actual victories, but the 49ers are feeling great about going into the 2010 season with the same offensive system. Take quarterback Alex Smith, whose burgeoning confidence was on display shortly into this morning’s practice in Santa Clara.
Niners coach Mike Singletary and new offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye got together with the local media on a conference call this afternoon.
There has still been no announcement from the 49ers, though the word last night from Tampa, Fla., site of the Super Bowl, is that longtime NFL assistant Jimmy Raye will be the club’s new offensive coordinator.
Here’s a closer look at how Jimmy Raye has fared as an offensive coordinator through the years.
The 49ers have hired longtime NFL assistant Jimmy Raye as offensive coordinator, the NFL Network’s Adam Schefter reported, citing league sources.
Jets assistant Jimmy Raye, a 32-year coaching veteran, is in Santa Clara today to interview for the club’s vacant offensive-coordinator position.
The 49ers’ search for an offensive coordinator might be reaching its conclusion.
The 49ers’ future offensive coordinator will have an advantage many of his predecessors did not experience.
Apparently, there was some competition for Dan Reeves’ services, after all.
The 49ers have interviewed seven individuals for the club’s offensive-coordinator position, but those seven have dwindled to four possibilities.
The Great Coordinator Search is on Day 28. The 49ers do not have any candidates scheduled to formally interview for the position today. But we can only assume the work continues behind closed doors.