Well that came together rather quickly, didn't it? There was nothing crazy happening, no declined interviews and things of that nature. Jim Harbaugh went out and brought in the coaching staff that he feels comfortable with. I'm not all that comfortable with everyone from Stanford coming in like that, trying to recreate something perhaps - but there's really no arguing that there's some great minds at work here. We've got a few strong offensive minds in the building now, and that's huge for the 49ers. This team is probably the most talented in the division and pending a player who can bring it all together (quarterback), we should have the coaching in line to do what we need it to. I like these guys. Let's see what they've got. I'm doing these early so I can get some sleep, I'm exhausted and I'll be in a bit of a hurry. If you see anything I happen to miss, post 'em up on your own in the comments for everyone else. And here's some links. Enjoy, folks.
Vic Fangio, Greg Roman and Tim Drevno were added to the coaching staff yesterday. Nice how that all fell together, yeah? (PressDemocrat.com)
Drevno and Solari will be working together on the offensive line. I honestly did not expect that. I wonder if it will end up being a problem. (CSNBayArea.com)
Not only did the 49ers add a defensive coordinator, they added a defensive backs coach, Ed Donatell - and that's a name I'm aware of and respect. I like it. (SFGate.com)
Here's a little note regarding Jim Harbaugh's first quarterback. (PressDemocrat.com)
We gained some coaches - but we lost one too. Greg Manusky is in as defensive coordinator for the Chargers and I believe he'll do some good things there. (NFL.com)
According to Harbaugh, these assistant coaches he's brought in know how to win. That seems like it's a good quality. Ya know ... winning. (MercuryNews.com)
Offseason Q&A: Kyle Williams (49ers.com)