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Jim Leavitt hired as new Linebackers Coach

Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
this dude better not even think about yelling at P.Willis. Unless he wants to be in a wheel chair the rest of his life.


Originally posted by jrg:
Are we just signing a 100% college staff? Lol

oh c'mon. what could possibly go wrong?
Originally posted by jrg:
Are we just signing a 100% college staff? Lol

Leavitt is the only hire so far without NFL experience
For some reason I thought of this guy.

Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by jrg:
Are we just signing a 100% college staff? Lol

Leavitt is the only hire so far without NFL experience

And Drevno I believe
Originally posted by fanmusclecars:
For some reason I thought of this guy.


he beat up Andy Dick a couple times.
Originally posted by carias416:
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
this dude better not even think about yelling at P.Willis. Unless he wants to be in a wheel chair the rest of his life.



it's true. I once saw him scissor kick Angela Landsbury.
Excellent...he's a quality coach...just adding to the stellar staff Harbaugh's putting together. Love it!!!
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Originally posted by susweel:

great hire. he'll bring intensity on the sidelines for sure.


Originally posted by NinerGold39:
great hire. he'll bring intensity on the sidelines for sure.



dude's a maniac and probably a wife beater.
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
Originally posted by NinerGold39:
great hire. he'll bring intensity on the sidelines for sure.



dude's a maniac and probably a wife beater.

There are a lot of guys who use the field as an outlet for their intensity and you'd never even know they played or were that intense at home.
Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
At least now we have a counter-measure in case Tom Cable gets out of hand when the Niners play the Seahawks.
He's our our secret weapon!
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What he did for South Florida was pretty amazing

there is an article out there somewhere about the type of player attributes he likes for each defensive position, sorry no link,but it was a good read

In his system, 4-3, he emphasized having fast (OLB type) DE's
He wanted his fastest, most agressive LB at Will, and a big run stuffer at Mike

Just think about the plays Willis would make as a 4-3 Will

I realize Fangio is in charge and Niners prob stay in a 3-4 but fun to speculate