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49ers interview schedule: GM, head coach candidates for Week 2

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The San Francisco 49ers are continuing their interview process over the coming week. We have an update on the full interview schedule.

The San Francisco 49ers announced on Sunday that they have officially begun their interview with Indianapolis Colts personnel executive Jimmy Raye III. He marks the fourth GM interview, and the seventh overall interview.

Prior to that announcement, ESPN’s Adam Schefter provided an update on a few of the 49ers upcoming interviews. He tweeted that the 49ers will interview Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach next Sunday, January 15, and Seahawks executives Trent Kirchner and Scott Fitterer a week from Monday (January 16).

The 49ers could not interview Cable this week because the Seahawks were playing. They had to wait until next week whether or not Seattle won. The Seahawks next playoff game is scheduled for Saturday, so I imagine that is why the interview is planned for the day after the game.

The 49ers also have an interview planned with Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. The Dolphins face the Steelers Sunday morning. If Miami wins they travel to face the New England Patriots on Saturday. My guess is in that case, an interview would happen Sunday. If the Dolphins lose, the 49ers could interview Joseph anytime this week.

Finally, the Brandon Beane and Louis Riddick interviews are set for Tuesday, according to Matt Maiocco. Here’s the full schedule for the next week.

Monday: Washington OC Sean McVay (Link), Panthers DC Sean McDermott (Link)
Tuesday: ESPN analyst Louis Riddick, Panthers assistant GM Brandon Beane (Link)
Sunday 1/15: Seahawks OL Tom Cable (Link)
Monday 1/16: Seahawks executives Trent Kirchner, Scott Fitterer (Link)

Wednesday: Bills interim HC Anthony Lynn (Link)
Thursday: Packers execs Eliot Wolf, Brian Gutekunst (Link)
Friday: Falcons OC Kyle Shanahan (Link), Vikings assistant GM George Paton (Link)
Saturday: Patriots OC Josh McDaniels (Link)
Sunday: Colts VP of football ops Jimmy Raye III (Link)