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Ronald Curry
Offensive Assistant
College:
North Carolina

BIOGRAPHY

Ronald Curry is in his third season as a NFL coach, and his first season as the 49ers wide receivers coach. He spent the previous two seasons as the team’s offensive assistant.

As an offensive assistant from 2013-14, Curry worked with the wide receivers and helped Anquan Boldin surpass 1,000 receiving yards in each season. In addition to becoming the first player in franchise history to reach 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first two seasons with the team, Boldin became the first 49ers receiver to eclipse the mark in back-to-back seasons since Terrell Owens in 2002-03.

Prior to joining the 49ers staff, Curry spent three years at Mooresville Christian Academy in Mooresville, NC, as athletic director and head football coach.

Curry, a seven-year NFL veteran, was originally drafted in the seventh round (235th overall) by the Oakland Raiders in the 2002 NFL Draft. He played in 76 games (32 starts) and registered 193 receptions for 2,347 yards and 13 touchdowns over seven seasons with the Raiders.

While with Oakland, Curry learned the intricacies of the wide receiver position from Hall of Famers Fred Biletnikoff (2003-06) and James Lofton (2008).

A four-year starter at the University of North Carolina (1998-01), Curry shared quarterback duties in addition to his time at wide receiver. He holds the school record with 4,987 passing yards and 6,236 yards of total offense in his career. In the 2001 Peach Bowl against Auburn, Curry earned Offensive MVP honors. The year prior, Curry was voted Tar Heels Offensive MVP as a junior, where he registered 2,325 passing yards and 11 passing touchdowns. Curry was a two-sport athlete at UNC, as he was also the starting point guard on the school’s 1998-99 and 2000-01 basketball teams. He played with Packers LB Julius Peppers on both the football and basketball teams.

A native of Hampton, VA, Curry was an All-American in football and basketball in high school.

Curry and his wife Stacie, have three children, Raley, Emery and Carter.

Ronald Curry is in his third season as a NFL coach, and his first season as the 49ers wide receivers coach. He spent the previous two seasons as the team’s offensive assistant.

As an offensive assistant from 2013-14, Curry worked with the wide receivers and helped Anquan Boldin surpass 1,000 receiving yards in each season. In addition to becoming the first player in franchise history to reach 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first two seasons with the team, Boldin became the first 49ers receiver to eclipse the mark in back-to-back seasons since Terrell Owens in 2002-03.

Prior to joining the 49ers staff, Curry spent three years at Mooresville Christian Academy in Mooresville, NC, as athletic director and head football coach.

Curry, a seven-year NFL veteran, was originally drafted in the seventh round (235th overall) by the Oakland Raiders in the 2002 NFL Draft. He played in 76 games (32 starts) and registered 193 receptions for 2,347 yards and 13 touchdowns over seven seasons with the Raiders.

While with Oakland, Curry learned the intricacies of the wide receiver position from Hall of Famers Fred Biletnikoff (2003-06) and James Lofton (2008).

A four-year starter at the University of North Carolina (1998-01), Curry shared quarterback duties in addition to his time at wide receiver. He holds the school record with 4,987 passing yards and 6,236 yards of total offense in his career. In the 2001 Peach Bowl against Auburn, Curry earned Offensive MVP honors. The year prior, Curry was voted Tar Heels Offensive MVP as a junior, where he registered 2,325 passing yards and 11 passing touchdowns. Curry was a two-sport athlete at UNC, as he was also the starting point guard on the school’s 1998-99 and 2000-01 basketball teams. He played with Packers LB Julius Peppers on both the football and basketball teams.

A native of Hampton, VA, Curry was an All-American in football and basketball in high school.

Curry and his wife Stacie, have three children, Raley, Emery and Carter.

Coaching Staff