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Fri, 08 Mar 2002 16:04:32 -0800
49ers.com reports the San Francisco 49ers have hired former NFL QB Steve Bono as an alumni coordinator. "This gives us an opportunity to reach out more to our alumni,” said Keena Turner, the 49ers Player Development Director and the point person for the team's alumni efforts.
Mon, 26 Feb 2001 02:27:03 -0800
Matt Maiocco reports for the Santa Rosa Press Democrat that the San Francisco 49ers have hired Purdue QBs coach Greg Olson as their new QBs coach. He resigned from his position with Purdue and joined the team at the Combine. Head coach Steve Mariucci stated former QB Steve Bono was a strong candidate, too. In fact, Bono may serve as a volunteer coach with the team during training camp to help him on his transition from a player to a coach.
Fri, 16 Feb 2001 11:27:14 -0800
Matt Maiocco of the Press Democrat reports the 49ers interviewed University of Massachusetts head coach Mark Whipple for their vacant QBs coach position. He is the fifth person to have a formal meeting with coach Steve Mariucci. Ohio State assistant coach Tim Salem, Purdue QB coach Greg Olson, former Arizona State offensive coordinator John Pettas and former 49ers QB Steve Bono are also candidates for the job. However, Bono has previously expressed some doubt over him taking the job. Mariucci also said he may interview a few more candidates at the NFL combine. He may also interview some candidates for a new defensive staff position he is creating at the combine as well.
Sat, 10 Feb 2001 10:08:52 -0800
The San Francisco Chronicle reports San Francisco 49ers LB Ken Norton is still deciding on his retirement, but he appears to be leaning to returning to the NFL. He has been working out almost daily at the 49ers Santa Clara complex in hopes of getting his back in shape. If he does return, salary cap issues will probably force him out of San Francisco. GM Bill Walsh does not think Norton wil retire and coach Steve Mariucci is not urging him to do so, something the team did do right after the season ended. Reportedly, Steve Bono might take himself out the running for the QB coach job because of the long coaching hours.
Fri, 09 Feb 2001 23:03:10 -0800
The Associated Press reports San Francisco 49ers head coach Steve Mariucci has interviewed three candidates for the team's vacant QBs coach job. Mariucci interviewed former NFL QB Steve Bono; former Arizona State offensive coordinator John Pettas; and Purdue QBs coach Greg Olson for the job. He expects to interview more candidates in the next few days. The 49ers also are considering the possibility of hiring another defensive assistant coach. Mariucci would like a veteran coach to work with defensive coordinator Jim Mora Jr. or to take over as secondary coach so Mora will only have to perform one job. According to Mariucci, he hired UCLA assistant Jason Tarver as a quality control coach.
Wed, 24 Jan 2001 15:17:08 -0800
As reported earlier, SportsLine.com's Mark Soltau reports the San Francisco 49ers are expected to promote QBs coach Greg Knapp to offensive coordinator once Marty Mornhinweg officially is named the Lions new head coach. GM Bill Walsh has already spoken to former 49ers QB Steve Bono about taking over Knapp's spot. Another name the team could consider is Bill Musgrave, but he was just named offensive coordinator for Al Groh at Virginia.
Wed, 10 Mar 1999 11:10:00 -0800
ESPN reports the Panthers have signed QB Steve Bono (StL) to an undisclosed contract. Fox Sports reports that he signed a two-year, $1 million contract with a $200,000 signing bonus.
Tue, 09 Mar 1999 21:10:00 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports that talks are increasing with two former Rams Free Agents as the Panthers are in continued discussions with QB Steve Bono and close to reaching an agreement with S Mike Scurlock.
Sun, 28 Feb 1999 10:20:00 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports the Panthers appear to have decided they want a veteran QB at No. 2 and that in addition to Donald Hollas whom they have already visited with they are also giving veteran Steve Bono some thought. If a QB is signed the team would probably not re-sign Shane Matthews.