Head coach Kyle Shanahan announced the signing of the three newest members of the the 49ers’ coaching staff Monday.
It didn’t take long for head coach Kyle Shanahan to make some changes to the 49ers’ coaching staff.
The San Francisco 49ers extended a warm welcome to new hires John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan at Levi’s Stadium.
The 49ers announced Tuesday that the organization agreed to terms with Adam Peters to become the team’s vice president of player personnel.
After an widely unexpected move, the 49ers introduced new general manager John Lynch to the media via conference call Monday afternoon.
After weeks of alleged discreet courtship, the San Francisco 49ers stunned their fans by hiring NFL on Fox television analyst and Hall of Fame finalist John Lynch as general manager.
The 49ers resume their search for a general manager as they continue to wait for Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan.
Packers executive Eliot Wolf pulled out of the race for 49ers general manager on Friday.
Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan remains the frontrunner in the 49ers’ search for a new head coach.
The 49ers continued a wave of interviews to find their new head coach, assessing Seahawks offensive line and assistant head coach Tom Cable on Sunday.
The 49ers apparently still need time to find the best general manager and head coach they can find.
The 49ers conducted more interviews this week, assessing four candidates on their way to a new general manager and head coach.
The 49ers completed a busy weekend and have an even busier week ahead.
San Francisco finished with flourish but ultimately fell short in a season-ending 25-23 loss to Seattle.
In an effort to clean house, the 49ers have reportedly fired general manager Trent Baalke.
There’s more to the upcoming NFC West clash between the 49ers and Seahawks than a win, loss or tie.
A third win Sunday could lift the 2016 team out of the franchise’s historical basement — but hardly any higher.
For the second time in five weeks Saturday, Colin Kaepernick led the 49ers toward victory in the fourth quarter.
Even terrible teams have a path to joy this holiday season, as the 49ers met face-to-face with the Rams in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon for the first time since Sept. 16, 1979.
San Francisco’s loss to Atlanta on Sunday was the team’s 13th straight loss. The 49ers blew out the Rams 28-0 in Week 1, but haven’t managed to win a game since then.