49ers won’t raise season-ticket prices for 2 years

Jan 24, 2017 at 4:15 PM--


After win totals plummeted the past three seasons, the 49ers have decided their season-ticket prices won't rise for the next two seasons: The decision comes on the heels of a 2-14 season after which the 49ers fired head coach Chip Kelly and general manager Trent Baalke. The 49ers have a 15-33 record since Levi's Stadium opened in 2014 and late-season home games have featured large swaths of empty seats the past two seasons. Despite the free-fall, the 49ers have the NFL's second-most salary-cap space and their sit-on-the-sidelines approach to free agency last year invited more criticism of CEO Jed York. In November, the team donated $1 million to the recently established Golden Heart Fund, which assists the team's former players in times of need. The team will meet with its remaining general-manager candidates, Minnesota assistant GM George Paton and Arizona vice president of player personnel Terry McDonough, on Saturday in Atlanta, a league source said. The candidates presumably will meet with Atlanta offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, whom the 49ers are expected to hire as their head coach after the Falcons play New England in Super Bowl LI on Feb. 5.
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