SANTA CLARA – Following a season of personal and professional anguish, Chip Kelly has been fired as the 49ers' head coach.CEO Jed York met with Kelly after the 49ers' season finale Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks and fired him with three years remaining on a contract that reportedly pays him $6 million annually.On Friday, York informed general manager Trent Baalke he was fired. Baalke led the past three coaching searches that resulted in the hirings of Jim Harbaugh, Jim Tomsula and Kelly.The 49ers plan to hire a coach-general manager team that will work together, a source told CSNBayArea.com. York and Paraag Marathe, the team's chief strategy officer and executive vice president of football operations, are expected to lead the search to fill both positions.Next season, the 49ers will have their fourth head coach in four seasons.Harbaugh and the 49ers signed off on a "mutual parting" following an 8-8 season in 2014. Tomsula was fired after the 49ers fell to 5-1 in 2015. When Kelly was hired, CEO Jed York was asked about Kelly's job security if the 49ers did not finish better than .500."Chip's going to be here for a long time, period," York answered.The 49ers had one of...