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Ray Wright
Head Strength & Conditioning

BIOGRAPHY

Ray Wright is in his first season with the 49ers as the team’s head strength & conditioning coach. He joins the 49ers having spent five seasons (2010-14) with the Washington Redskins and one season with the Houston Texans (2009) as head strength & conditioning coach. Wright oversees all facets of the team’s offseason workout program, which extends through training camp and the entire season.

Wright joined Washington after eight seasons with the Houston Texans. Prior to being named Houston’s head strength and conditioning coach in 2009, he served seven seasons (2002-08) as the team’s assistant strength and conditioning coach.


Before his time in Houston, Wright spent one season as the assistant strength and conditioning coach...

 

Ray Wright is in his first season with the 49ers as the team’s head strength & conditioning coach. He joins the 49ers having spent five seasons (2010-14) with the Washington Redskins and one season with the Houston Texans (2009) as head strength & conditioning coach. Wright oversees all facets of the team’s offseason workout program, which extends through training camp and the entire season.

Wright joined Washington after eight seasons with the Houston Texans. Prior to being named Houston’s head strength and conditioning coach in 2009, he served seven seasons (2002-08) as the team’s assistant strength and conditioning coach.

Before his time in Houston, Wright spent one season as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Maryland in 2001. At Maryland, the Terrapins football team won the ACC as the team earned a trip to the Orange Bowl.

Wright has a background in personnel, having spent the early part of 2001 as a college and pro personnel assistant with the Chicago Bears. In addition, he spent the 2000 season as the recruiting coordinator at Cornell University. In 1997, Wright entered the NFL with the Redskins as a scouting intern, was promoted to college/pro scouting administrator in 1998 and was later named director of player programs in 1999.

Certified by the N.S.C.A. and the American College of Sports Medicine, Wright played football at Duke University from 1990-95 before working as a personal trainer for one year in Durham, NC. He and his wife, Angela, have four children: Corey, Courtney, Dylan and Kannon.

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