Ravens QB coach emerges as 49ers’ O.C. candidate

Ravens quarterbacks coach Hue Jackson is a candidate for the 49ers’ offensive coordinator position, it has been learned.

Jackson, 43, has been someone the 49ers have discussed from early in the process after coach Mike Singletary fired Mike Martz on Dec. 30. Jackson became available to pursue as a candidate for the job only after the Ravens lost Sunday in the AFC title game.

 

It is not known whether the 49ers will interview Jackson at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., but one league source suggested it is a strong possibility.

 

Jackson‘s name has already been linked in recent days to coordinator jobs with the Jets and Bengals.

 

Jackson’s history

2008: QB coach, Ravens

2007: Offensive coordinator, Falcons

2004-06: WRs coach, Bengals

2003: Offensive coordinator, Redskins

2001-02: RBs coach, Redskins

1997-2000: Offensive coordinator, USC

1996: Offensive coordinator, Cal

1992-95: RBs coach, Arizona State

1990-91: RBs coachSpecial teams, Cal State Fullerton

1987-89: RBs coach, University of the Pacific

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