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.
Billy Wilson, who led the NFL in receptions three times in the 1950s despite playing in the shadow of the 49ers’ famed “Million Dollar Backfield,” died this morning. He was 81.
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.
The Q&A is now over. Earlier this evening, I answered as many questions as possible — more than 20 — in the comments section down below. Obviously, I don’t have a whole lot of new information in the 49ers’ search for an offensive coordinator, but I tried my best. (To make it easier to read, I deleted all the questions as they were sent in as comments. I…
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After a busy day at 49ers headquarters that saw Ravens QBs coach Hue Jackson and the venerable Dan Reeves interview for the offensive coordinator position, there will be no new candidates entering the building today.
Update: Here’s the article on Reeves and Hue Jackson for Saturday’s paper. * * * Dan Reeves is in Santa Clara at this moment, interviewing with coach Mike Singletary and GM Scot McCloughan for the 49ers’ offensive-coordinator position.
Just like we’ve been speculating all along, the 49ers have reached out to Dan Reeves to interview for the offensive coordinator position, according to Jay Glazer of foxsports.com.
Scott Linehan has reportedly agreed to become the Detroit Lions’ offensive coordinator, and my faith in humanity has been restored – at least until I learn something different.
Ravens quarterbacks coach Hue Jackson is currently at the 49ers’ team headquarters in Santa Clara to interview for the team’s vacant offensive coordinator position.
It took two trips to the Bay Area for Scott Linehan to come to the conclusion that he did not want to coach for the 49ers. He cited family reasons for turning down Mike Singletary’s offer.
The 49ers have signed cornerback Jimmy Williams, a second-round pick of the Falcons in 2006. Williams was the No. 37 overall selection in that draft out of Virginia Tech.
The 49ers’ coaches are back from the Senior Bowl. GM Scot McCloughan is returning today from Mobile, Ala., too.
The 49ers want quarterback Alex Smith to return to the club in 2009. Smith said he wants to return. Therefore, the only thing that will keep that from happening is the 49ers’ ability to work out a contract agreement with Smith’s agent, Tom Condon.