2011 San Francisco 49ers season
Head Coach Jim Harbaugh
General Manager Trent Baalke
Home Field Candlestick Park
Results
Record 13-3
Place 1st NFC West
Playoff Finish Won Divisional Playoff
(Saints 36-32)
Lost NFC Championship
(Giants 20-17 (OT))
Pro Bowlers K David Akers
FS Dashon Goldson
RB Frank Gore
P Andy Lee
CB Carlos Rogers
NG Justin Smith
T Joe Staley
LB Patrick Willis
Uniform
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The 2011 San Francisco 49ers season was the franchise's 66th season overall, and 62nd in the National Football League (NFL). The 49ers hired a new head coach and new general manager, after those positions were vacated upon the conclusion of the 2010 season. They rebounded from their disappointing 2010 season to end their streak of eight consecutive non-winning seasons with a 13-3 record, the division title and a first round bye in the playoffs.

Offseason[edit | edit source]

Coaching changes[edit | edit source]

Team President Jed York announced that he would hire a general manager and the new GM would make a decision on the new head coach to replace Mike Singletary after the 49ers loss to the St. Louis Rams on December 26, 2010 that eliminated the team from the postseason.[1] On January 5, the 49ers promoted the vice president of player personnel, Trent Baalke, to the position of general manager.[2] On January 7, the 49ers hired Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh to be the 18th head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.

With the hiring of a new head coach, many of the assistant coaches were replaced. Out of the coordinators and position coaches from last season, only running backs coach Tom Rathman, defensive line coach Jim Tomsula, and offensive line coach Mike Solari were retained. The coaching staff features Greg Roman as the new offensive coordinator and Vic Fangio as the new defensive coordinator, both previously assistant coaches under Harbaugh at Stanford. Geep Chryst is the new quarterbacks coach, Reggie Davis is the new Tight Ends coach. John Morton is the new Wide Receivers coach, and Tim Drevno is a new Offensive Line coach to help out Mike Solari. Jim Leavitt is the new Linebackers coach and Ed Donatell is the new Secondary coach. The staff also features defensive assistants Peter Hansen and Ehiro Evero, offensive assistant Bobby Engram, and special assistant to the head coach Bill Nayes.

Roster changes[edit | edit source]

Free agents[edit | edit source]

Position Player Template:Abbr 2011 Team Notes
C/G David Baas UFA New York Giants
DE Demetric Evans UFA TBD waived
NT Aubrayo Franklin UFA New Orleans
S Dashon Goldson UFA San Francisco
CB William James UFA TBD waived
DE/LB Travis LaBoy UFA San Diego waived
LB Manny Lawson UFA Cincinnati
DE Ray McDonald UFA San Francisco
G/T Chris Patrick ERFA Edmonton Eskimos waived
K Jeff Reed UFA Seattle waived
T Barry Sims UFA TBD waived
QB Alex Smith UFA San Francisco
QB Troy Smith UFA Omaha Nighthawks (UFL)
LB Takeo Spikes UFA San Diego
S C. J. Spillman ERFA San Francisco
RB Brian Westbrook UFA TBD not signed
C Tony Wragge UFA St. Louis waived
Player re-signed by the 49ers

2011 NFL Draft[edit | edit source]

San Francisco 49ers 2011 NFL Draft selections
Draft order Player name Position Height Weight College Contract Notes
Round Choice Overall
1 7 7 Aldon Smith DE 6'4" 263 Missouri
2 4 36 Colin Kaepernick QB 6'6" 233 Nevada [e]
3 12 80 Chris Culliver CB 6'1" 201 South Carolina [f]
4 11 108 Traded to the Denver Broncos [e]
4 18 115 Kendall Hunter RB 5'8" 190 Oklahoma State [a]
5 10 141 Traded to the Denver Broncos [e]
5 32 163 Daniel Kilgore G 6'3" 308 Appalachian State [g]
6 9 174 Traded to the Green Bay Packers

[g]

6 17 182 Ronald Johnson WR 6'1" 190 USC [f]
6 25 190 Colin Jones S 5'11" 200 TCU [b]
7 8 211 Bruce Miller DE 6'1" 254 Central Florida
7 28 231 Traded to the Green Bay Packers

[c][g]

7 36 239 Mike Person OT 6'4" 299 Montana St [d]
7 47 250 Curtis Holcomb CB 5'10" 184 Florida A&M [d]

Draft notes[edit | edit source]

^[a] The 49ers acquired this fourth-round selection from the San Diego Chargers along with a 2010 third-round selection (#91 overall; used to select LB Navorro Bowman) and a 2010 sixth-round selection (#173 overall; used to select RB Anthony Dixon) in exchange for a 2010 third-round selection (#79 overall).[3]
^[b] The 49ers acquired this sixth-round selection from the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for DT Kentwan Balmer.[4]
^[c] The 49ers acquired this seventh-round selection from the Detroit Lions in exchange for QB Shaun Hill.[5]
^[d] Compensatory selection
^[e] The 49ers acquired this second-round selection from the Denver Broncos in exchange for their second-round selection (#45 overall), a fourth-round selection (#108 overall), and a fifth-round selection (#141 overall).
^[f] The 49ers acquired this third-round selection (#80 overall) and this sixth-round selection (#180 overall) from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for their third-round selection (#76 overall).
^[g] The 49ers acquired this fifth-round selection (#163 overall) from the Green Bay Packers in exchange for their sixth-round selection (#174 overall) and a seventh-round selection (#231 overall).

Preseason[edit | edit source]

Schedule[edit | edit source]

The 49ers' preseason schedule was announced on April 12, 2011.

Date Opponent Results Game site NFL.com
recap
Result Score Record
August 12 at New Orleans L 24-3 0-1 Louisiana Superdome Recap
August 20 Oakland W 17-3 1-1 Candlestick Park Recap
August 27 Houston L 30-7 1-2 Candlestick Park Recap
September 1 at San Diego W 20-17 2-2 Qualcomm Stadium Recap

Candlestick Park incident[edit | edit source]

On the night of Saturday, August 20, 2011, according to a copyrighted online article appearing in the headlines of the Sunday, August 21, 2011 online edition of the AOL Huffington Post Sports News page: "A man wearing a shirt slamming the San Francisco 49ers was seriously wounded as gunfire erupted in the parking lot after the team's NFL preseason game, while another man sustained lesser injuries in an earlier shooting, police said. The violence occurred after the 49ers' 17–3 victory Saturday night over the Oakland Raiders at Candlestick Park, police Sgt. Michael Andraychak said. A 24-year-old man was treated at San Francisco General Hospital for life-threatening injuries, and a 20-year-old man was hospitalized with less serious wounds, Andraychack told the Associated Press. Their names were not released. The violence comes just a few months after a San Francisco Giants' fan was severely beaten by two men in Los Angeles Dodgers' gear outside Dodger Stadium, after the teams' season opener March 31. Two suspects have been charged in the case.[6]

The NFL has officially canceled all future preseason games between the two teams.

Regular season[edit | edit source]

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Week Date Opponent Results Game site NFL.com
recap
Result Score Record
1 September 11 Seattle W 33-17 1-0 Candlestick Park Recap
2 September 18 Dallas L 27-24 (OT) 1-1 Candlestick Park Recap
3 September 25 at Cincinnati W 13-8 2-1 Paul Brown Stadium Recap
4 October 2 at Philadelphia W 24-23 3-1 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
5 October 9 Tampa Bay W 48-3 4-1 Candlestick Park Recap
6 October 16 at Detroit W 25-19 5-1 Ford Field Recap
7 Bye week
8 October 30 Cleveland W 20-10 6-1 Candlestick Park Recap
9 November 6 at Washington W 19-11 7-1 FedEx Field Recap
10 November 13 New York Giants W 27-20 8-1 Candlestick Park Recap
11 November 20 Arizona W 23-7 9-1 Candlestick Park Recap
12 November 24 (Thu) at Baltimore L 16-6 9-2 M&T Bank Stadium Recap
13 December 4 St. Louis W 26-0 10-2 Candlestick Park Recap
14 December 11 at Arizona L 21-19 10-3 U. of Phoenix Stadium Recap
15 December 19 (Mon) Pittsburgh W 20-3 11-3 Candlestick Park Recap
16 December 24 (Sat) at Seattle W 19-17 12-3 CenturyLink Field Recap
17 January 1 at St. Louis W 34-27 13-3 Edward Jones Dome Recap

Game summaries[edit | edit source]

Week 1: vs. Seattle Seahawks[edit | edit source]

  • date=September 11
  • time=1:15 p.m. PDT
1 2 3 4 Total
Seahawks 0 0 7 10 17
49ers 0 16 0 17 33



  • scoring=
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Third quarter
Fourth quarter



* Stats=

Top passers
  • SEA –
  • SF –
Top rushers
  • SEA –
  • SF –
Top receivers
  • SEA –
  • SF –
Top tacklers
  • SEA –
  • SF –

With the win, the 49ers started the season 1-0.

Week 2: vs. Dallas Cowboys[edit | edit source]

  • date=September 18
  • time=1:05 p.m. PDT
1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 0 7 7 10 27
49ers 0 14 7 3 24



  • stadium=Candlestick Park
  • attendance=69,732
  • weather=70° F, Sunny
  • referee= Ron Winter
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick and Laura Okmin
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
Overtime
  • stats=
Top passers
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Top receivers
Top tacklers

With the loss, the 49ers fell to 1-1.

Week 3: at Cincinnati Bengals[edit | edit source]

  • date=September 25
  • time=1:00 p.m. EDT
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 0 0 3 10 13
Bengals 3 0 0 5 8



  • stadium=Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • attendance=43,363
  • weather=71° F (Partly Cloudy)
  • referee= Jerome Boger
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Ron Pitts, Jim Mora, Jr. and Jennifer Hale

Scoring

First quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter

Stats

Top passers
Top rushers
Top receivers
Top tacklers

Kendall Hunter's 7 yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter led the Niners to a tough 13-8 win in Cincinnati. With the win, the 49ers improved to 2-1.

Week 4: at Philadelphia Eagles[edit | edit source]

  • date=October 2
  • time=1:00 p.m. EDT
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 0 3 14 7 24
Eagles 7 13 3 0 23



  • stadium=Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • attendance=69,144
  • weather=54° F, Cloudy
  • referee= Alberto Riveron
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Ron Pitts and Jim Mora, Jr.

Scoring

First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter

Stats

Top passers
Top rushers
Top receivers
Top tacklers

With the win, the 49ers improved to 3-1.

Week 5: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers[edit | edit source]

  • date=October 9
  • time=1:05 p.m. PDT
1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 3 0 0 0 3
49ers 7 17 10 14 48



  • scoring=
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Top passers
  • TB – Josh Freeman – 17/33, 187 yards, 2 interceptions
  • SF – Alex Smith – 11/19, 170 yards, 3 touchdowns, 0 interceptions
Top rushers
Top receivers
Top tacklers

With the win, the 49ers improved to 4-1.

Week 6: at Detroit Lions[edit | edit source]

  • date=October 16
  • time=1:00 p.m. EDT
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 0 12 3 10 25
Lions 10 0 3 6 19



  • stadium=Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
  • attendance=62,061
  • weather=Played indoors (domed stadium)
  • referee= Mike Carey
  • TV=Fox
  • TV Announcers=Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa
  • reference=Recap
    Gamebook
  • scoring=
First quarter
  • DET – Jason Hanson 25 yard field goal, Lions 3–0, Drive: 5 plays, 25 yards, 2:01.
  • DET – Brandon Pettigrew 16 yard pass from Matthew Stafford (Jason Hanson kick), Lions 10–0, Drive: 7 plays, 69 yards, 3:02.
Second quarter
  • SF – Frank Gore 1 yard run (David Akers kick), Lions 10–7, Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 4:47.
  • SF – Matthew Stafford sacked by Aldon Smith in end zone for −11 yards, Lions 10–9, Drive: 2 plays, −11 yards, 0:05.
  • SF – David Akers 55 yard field goal, 49ers 12–10, Drive: 4 plays, 21 yards, 0:55.
Third quarter
  • DET – Jason Hanson 24 yard field goal, Lions 13–12, Drive: 7 plays, 54 yards, 2:12.
  • SF – David Akers 31 yard field goal, 49ers 15–13, Drive: 6 plays, 67 yards, 2:18.
Fourth quarter
  • DET – Nate Burleson 5 yard pass from Matthew Stafford, Lions 19–15, Drive: 8 plays, 49 yards, 2:55.
  • SF – Delanie Walker 6 yard pass from Alex Smith (David Akers kick), 49ers 22–19, Drive: 8 plays, 35 yards, 3:33.
  • SF – David Akers 37 yard field goal, 49ers 25–19, Drive: 4 plays, 6 yards, 0:14.
  • stats=
Top passers
  • SF – Alex Smith – 17/32, 125 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception
  • DET – Matthew Stafford – 28/50, 293 yards, 2 touchdowns
Top rushers
  • SF – Frank Gore – 15 carries, 141 yards, 1 touchdown
  • DET – Jahvid Best – 12 carries, 37 yards
Top receivers
  • SF – Michael Crabtree – 9 receptions, 77 yards
  • DET – Calvin Johnson- 7 receptions, 113 yards
Top tacklers
  • SF – Navarro Bowman – 8 tackles, 5 assists
  • DET – DeAndre Levy – 7 tackles, 5 assists

With the win, the 49ers went into their bye week at 5-1.

Week 8: vs. Cleveland Browns[edit | edit source]

  • date=October 30
  • time=1:15 p.m. PDT
1 2 3 4 Total
Browns 0 3 0 7 10
49ers 10 7 0 3 20



  • stadium=Candlestick Park, San Francisco, California
  • attendance=69,732
  • weather=67° F, Sunny
  • referee= Bill Leavy
  • TV=CBS
  • TVAnnouncers=Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts
  • reference=
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • CLE –
  • SF –
Top rushers
  • CLE –
  • SF –
Top receivers
  • CLE –
  • SF –
Top tacklers
  • CLE –
  • SF –

With the win, the 49ers improved to 6-1.

Week 9: at Washington Redskins[edit | edit source]

  • date=November 6
  • time=1:00 p.m. EST
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 0 13 3 3 19
Redskins 0 3 0 8 11



  • stadium=FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland
  • attendance=78,032
  • weather=56° F, Sunny
  • referee= Gene Steratore
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa
  • reference=
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • SF –
  • WAS –
Top rushers
  • SF –
  • WAS –
Top receivers
  • SF –
  • WAS –
Top tacklers
  • SF –
  • WAS –

With the win, the 49ers improved to 7-1.

Week 10: vs. New York Giants[edit | edit source]

  • date=November 13
  • time=1:15 p.m. PST
1 2 3 4 Total
Giants 3 3 7 7 20
49ers 3 6 3 15 27



  • stadium=Candlestick Park, San Francisco, California
  • attendance=69,732
  • weather=58° F, Sunny
  • referee= Tony Corrente
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Pam Oliver
  • reference=
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • NYG – Eli Manning – 26/40, 311 YDS, 2 TD, 2 INT
  • SF – Alex Smith – 19/30, 242 YDS, TD, INT
Top rushers
  • NYG – Brandon Jacobs – 18 CAR, 55 YDS
  • SF – Kendall Hunter – 6 CAR, 40 YDS, TD
Top receivers
  • NYG – Victor Cruz – 6 REC, 84 YDS
  • SF – Delanie Walker – 6 REC, 69 YDS
Top tacklers
  • NYG – Kenny Phillips/Antrel Rolle – 4 TKL, AST each
  • SF – NaVorro Bowman – 10 TKL, 4 AST

With the win, the 49ers improved to 8-1.

Week 11: vs. Arizona Cardinals[edit | edit source]

  • date=November 20
  • time=1:05 p.m. PST
1 2 3 4 Total
Cardinals 0 0 0 7 7
49ers 6 3 14 0 23



  • stadium=Candlestick Park, San Francisco, California
  • attendance=69,732
  • weather=55° F, Rain
  • referee= Pete Morelli
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick and Laura Okmin
  • reference=
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • ARI –
  • SF –
Top rushers
  • ARI –
  • SF –
Top receivers
  • ARI –
  • SF –
Top tacklers
  • ARI –
  • SF –

With this win, the 49ers improve their record to 9–1, securing them their first winning season since 2002.

Week 12: at Baltimore Ravens[edit | edit source]

  • date=November 24
  • time=8:20 p.m. EST
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 3 0 3 0 6
Ravens 3 3 0 10 16



First quarter
  • BAL – Billy Cundiff 39 yard field goal, Ravens 3–0, Drive: 10 plays, 55 yards, 4:39.
  • SF – David Akers 45 yard field goal, Tied 3–3, Drive: 9 plays, 41 yards, 4:42.
Second quarter
  • BAL – Billy Cundiff 23 yard field goal, Ravens 6–3, Drive: 6 plays, 60 yards, 3:24.
Third quarter
  • SF – David Akers 52 yard field goal, Tied 6–6, Drive: 13 plays, 46 yards, 7:30.
Fourth quarter
  • BAL – Dennis Pitta 8 yard pass from Joe Flacco (Billy Cundiff kick), Ravens 13–7, Drive: 16 plays, 76 yards, 7:34.
  • BAL – Billy Cundiff 39 yard field goal, Ravens 16–6, Drive: 8 plays, 39 yards, 4:16.
  • stats=
Top passers
  • SF –
  • BAL –
Top rushers
  • SF –
  • BAL –
Top receivers
  • SF –
  • BAL –
Top tacklers
  • SF –
  • BAL –

Coming off their divisional home win over the Cardinals, head coach Jim Harbaugh and the 49ers flew to M&T Bank Stadium for a Week 12 interconference duel with the Baltimore Ravens and their head coach (Jim's brother) John Harbaugh on Thanksgiving.

San Francisco trailed early in the first quarter as Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff got a 39-yard field goal, yet the 49ers answered with a 45-yard field goal from kicker David Akers. Baltimore struck back in the second quarter with Cundiff making a 23-yard field goal.

San Francisco began the third quarter with a 52-yard field goal from Akers, but the Ravens opened the fourth quarter with quarterback Joe Flacco completing an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end Dennis Pitta, followed by Cundiff nailing a 39-yard field goal. The Niners tried to rally, but Baltimore's defense held on to preserve the win.

With the loss, the 49ers fell to 9–2.

Week 13: vs. St. Louis Rams[edit | edit source]

  • date=December 4
  • time=1:15 p.m. PST
1 2 3 4 Total
Rams 0 0 0 0 0
49ers 3 6 10 7 26



  • stadium=Candlestick Park, San Francisco, California
  • attendance=69,732
  • weather=53° F, Sunny
  • referee= Pete Morelli
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Chris Myers and Tim Ryan
  • reference=
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • STL –
  • SF –
Top rushers
  • STL –
  • SF –
Top receivers
  • STL –
  • SF –
Top tacklers
  • STL –
  • SF –

With the win, the 49ers improved to 10-2.

Week 14: at Arizona Cardinals[edit | edit source]

  • date=December 11
  • time=2:05 p.m. MST
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 3 9 7 0 19
Cardinals 0 7 7 7 21



  • stadium=University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
  • attendance=60,808
  • weather=Played indoors (retractable roof closed)
  • referee= Alberto Riveron
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers=Dick Stockton, John Lynch and Jennifer Hale
  • reference=
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • SF –
  • ARI –
Top rushers
  • SF –
  • ARI –
Top receivers
  • SF –
  • ARI –
Top tacklers
  • SF –
  • ARI –

With the loss, the 49ers fell to 10-3.

Week 15: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers[edit | edit source]

  • date=December 19
  • time=5:30 p.m. PST
1 2 3 4 Total
Steelers 0 0 3 0 3
49ers 6 0 7 7 20



First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • PIT –
  • SF –
Top rushers
  • PIT –
  • SF –
Top receivers
  • PIT –
  • SF –
Top tacklers
  • PIT –
  • SF –

The 49ers traveled home for a game on Monday Night Football against the Steelers. It was delayed due to a power outage in their stadium. The lights went off again in the 2nd quarter when the 49ers were leading 6 to 0 which eventually became the score at halftime. In the 2nd half the 49ers would go on a 14 to 3 run to make the final score 20 to 3 and improve their record to 11-3.

Week 16: at Seattle Seahawks[edit | edit source]

  • date=December 24
  • time=1:15 p.m. PST
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 0 3 10 6 19
Seahawks 7 3 0 7 17



  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • SF –
  • SEA –
Top rushers
  • SF –
  • SEA –
Top receivers
  • SF –
  • SEA –
Top tacklers
  • SF –
  • SEA –

With the win, the 49ers improved to 12-3 and swept the Seahawks for the first time since 2006.

Week 17: at St. Louis Rams[edit | edit source]

  • date=January 1
  • time=12:00 p.m. CST
1 2 3 4 Total
49ers 7 13 7 7 34
Rams 7 0 3 17 27



  • stadium=Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Missouri
  • attendance=55,990
  • weather=Played indoors (dome stadium)
  • referee= Jeff Triplette
  • TV=FOX
  • TV Announcers= Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, & Jaime Maggio
  • scoring=
First quarter
Second quarter
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • stats=
Top passers
  • SF –
  • STL –
Top rushers
  • SF –
  • STL –
Top receivers
  • SF –
  • STL –
Top tacklers
  • SF –
  • STL –

With the win, the 49ers finished their season at 13-3 as they swept the Rams for the first time since 2009 and captured the NFC's #2 playoff seed.

Standings[edit | edit source]

NFC West
NFC West W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA
San Francisco 13 3 0 .813 5-1 10-2 380 229
Arizona 8 8 0 .500 4-2 7-5 312 348
Seattle 7 9 0 .438 3-3 6-6 321 315
St. Louis 2 14 0 .125 0-6 1-11 193 407

Post season[edit | edit source]

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Round Date Opponent Results Game site NFL.com
recap
Result Score
NFC Divisional January 14 New Orleans W 36-32 Candlestick Park Recap
NFC Championship January 22 New York Giants L 20-17 (OT) Candlestick Park Recap

Coaching staff[edit | edit source]

San Francisco 49ers staff
Front Office

Head Coaches

Offensive Coaches

 

Defensive Coaches

Special Teams Coaches

Strength and Conditioning

  • Head Strength and Conditioning – vacant
  • Strength and Conditioning Assistant – Marquis Johnson
  • Strength and Conditioning Assistant – Dustin Perry



Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. David White. York says new GM will hire next 49ers coach. San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved on 2010-12-28.
  2. 49ers promote Trent Baalke to GM. ESPN.com. Retrieved on 2011-01-05.
  3. "Draft trade tracker: Let's make a deal: Safety insurance: The Butler did it: Chargers snag linebacker", NFL.com, April 23, 2010. Retrieved on April 23, 2010. 
  4. "Report: Niners Trade Balmer to Seattle", CSNBayArea.com, August 16, 2010. Retrieved on August 19, 2010. 
  5. "49ers sign Carr, deal Hill to Lions", Associated Press, March 16, 2010. Retrieved on March 16, 2010. 
  6. "San Francisco 49ers Shooting: 2 Shot After Preseason Game (VIDEO)", Huffington Post, August 21, 2011. 
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