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Golden Nuggets: Coach Watch Continues

Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Friday, February 4th, 2022

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49ers assistant reportedly an option to be next Kentucky o-line coach

Some names have surfaced, and it appears the San Francisco 49ers’ Zach Yenser is “a name to watch” in the coaching search. That is based off a report from KSR’s Matt Jones earlier this morning.

Steve Young explains why 49ers should sign veteran quarterback this offseason

“And who’s going to do the growth? I’m a big fan of putting someone around you who can push you. So, I’m not looking to not do that. But more than anything, he needs someone older who can tell him ‘this matters’ or ‘this doesn’t matter.’ … Teach him how to study. How to memorize. How to be reflective recall. So that everything that comes out of him is reflective, and he doesn’t have to think about it.”

49ers mailbag: Who’d replace Mike McDaniel? A veteran backup for Trey Lance? (paywall)

“In today’s mailbag, we spend some time looking back at the 2021 season and more time looking ahead at the 2022 season in terms of the 49ers’ biggest question marks and how they’ll fill holes on the roster, and potentially, the coaching staff.”

Branch: Revisiting 25 49ers’ season predictions: Got it right with Jimmy Garoppolo (paywall)

“OK, so the annual 25 pre-training camp predictions for the 49ers’ season, to borrow a favorite phrase of Kyle Shanahan’s, were by no means perfect: I had too much faith in always-injured Jalen Hurd, too little in always-energetic Jauan Jennings, envisioned a role for Wayne Gallman (who?), had the Rams sweeping the regular-season series with the 49ers...”