I don’t know if Jim Tomsula can be a winning head coach. Neither do you. Neither does anyone. But here’s what we do know.
Jed York is the latest Bay Area sports team owner to feel the wrath of his team’s fan base. It happened to Al Davis, Chris Cohan, Joe Lacob and Jed’s father, John.
Two former employees of the San Francisco 49ers are reportedly suing the team, alleging age discrimination resulted in their firing in 2011.
In his news conference discussing the departure of coach Jim Harbaugh, 49ers owner Jed York said he’ll settle for nothing less than a Super Bowl victory.
The corporate world loves the word “accountability”. Politicians like to toss it around too. And you might have noticed that 49ers CEO Jed York sure seems smitten with the concept.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) John Madden has one question for 49ers owner Jed York and General Manager Ted Baalke following the departure of their head coach. Who will do a better job than Jim Harbaugh? “The […]
Two years ago they were within five yards of winning a Super Bowl. They had been to three straight NFC Championships and were considering Super Bowl favorites. Today, they are 7-7, not going to the playoffs, and imploding in every aspect imaginable.
Jim Harbaugh welcomes a sit-down with 49ers CEO Jed York and general manager Trent Baalke to discuss the future — his future — after a season that will end in two weeks without a playoff berth for the first time during his four-year tenure.
“Personally, I think that’s a bunch of crap.” Remember those words? Spoken by Jim Harbaugh in September in response to Deion Sanders’ report that the 49ers’ locker room wanted their head coach out.
At least two veteran NFL insiders report that the San Francisco 49ers will likely explore trading head coach Jim Harbaugh in the offseason.