Jason Cole: 49ers leaning toward keeping Jim Tomsula at this point

Dec 23, 2015 at 9:33 AM--


Bleacher Report's Jason Cole stated today that, as of right now, the San Francisco 49ers are leaning toward keeping head coach Jim Tomsula once the season ends. He stated that management wants to keep some sort of continuity despite going backwards this season.

Cole added that there are some concerns from the 49ers about Tomsula. "However, there are concerns within this organization, and specifically in the locker room, about the ability of Tomsula to control the locker room and get guys focused on playing hard week in and week out," said Cole.

He also states that another concern is Tomsula's ability to attract assistant coaches and top-level talent. While a final decision on Tomsula has not yet been made and that he may ultimately be fired, Cole believes that the team is leaning toward retaining him. "That my not be the best solution for the 49ers long term," Cole said.

You can watch the full report at Bleacher Report.





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