Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara will be host to Super Bowl L, according to Jed York himself.
Thank you @nfl for awarding #SB50 to the Bay Area. Thx for all support @daniellurie @mayoredlee & Mayor Matthews… @sfsuperbowl baby!!!
— Jed York (@JedYork) May 21, 2013
Super Bowl L is scheduled for February 7, 2016 and even though the game will not be played in San Francisco the...
San Francisco is making its final push to host Super Bowl L in 2016. The coup de grâce in this effort by the host committee was apparently mailing auto-playing iPads to all the owners in the NFL.
The Bay Area’s final bid to host the 50th Super Bowl in 2016 at the 49ers’ new Santa Clara stadium landed on the desk of the NFL’s 32 owners Wednesday
Wait, did they really send one...
First off, I can’t take credit for ‘Field of Jeans’ I believe CEO Jed York mentioned that today at the press conference between Levi’s and the 49ers.
Today, the 49ers and Levi Strauss & Co have reached a 20 year agreement on naming rights for the 49ers new stadium. The new stadium will be know as Levi’s Stadium. The 20 year deal is worth $220 million.
In a statement...
The San Francisco 49ers and Levi Strauss & Co have reached an agreement for a $220 million, 20-year naming rights deal for the team's future stadium in Santa Clara.
Levi's CEO Chip Bergh and 49ers CEO Jed York announced the deal Wednesday at Levi's Plaza in San Francisco. While the stadium will be in the heart of technology-rich Silicon Valley, the San Francisco...
Via AP on Fox
13 days ago
The franchise tag deadline came and went earlier today and not long after the deadline Dashon Goldson tweeted he feelings on not receiving the tag.Thank you jesus. Now fly like a bird #hawk— Dashon Goldson(@thehawk38) March 4, 2013Goldson then immediately followed that tweet up with the following.I’m very thankful I didn’t get the franchise tag again but still hopeful this...
A casually dressed Jed York hardly looked the part of an NFL executive and owner, wearing slightly baggy jeans, a polo shirt and sneakers for Super Bowl week.
The shoes were designer, but still.
In a matter of months, the 49ers CEO has become a first-time father, watched a new billion-dollar stadium take shape outside his office at team headquarters in Silicon Valley and seen his...
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January 31, 2013
San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York is a happy camper when it comes to his quarterback situation.
Why shouldn’t he be? It was the one-two punch of Alex Smith and Colin Kapernick that led his team to the threshold of the promised land.
Unlike others that have already stated that Smith is on the first thing smoking out of Dodge City, York is holding on to a belief that he can retain...
Stop me if this sounds familiar: The San Francisco 49ers are rolling into the Super Bowl with a young owner, whose first couple of coaching hires were flops, who was an outsider in a city that is suspicious of outsiders, and who at times acted just a little too impetuously. Sure sounds like Eddie DeBartolo, doesn't it? Only this time it's his nephew, Jed York. It is hardly...
49ers CEO Jed York is is doing all he can to maintain a relationship with his team's fan base, even if he has to do it one fan at a time.
The York family has sold two small stakes in the San Francisco 49ers franchise.
John York says ''they were important people to us,'' in explaining the moves without providing further details of the sales, first reported by the Sports Business Journal on Monday. The San Jose Mercury News said each stake was 1 percent.
York's son, team president Jed York, says...