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Ronald Curry
Offensive Assistant
College:
North Carolina

BIOGRAPHY

Ronald Curry is in his second season as a coach in the NFL, and his second season with the 49ers as the team’s offensive assistant.

Curry, a seven-year NFL veteran,  played wide receiver  for the Oakland Raiders from 2002-08. Although Curry enters his second year of professional coaching, he has studied under Hall of Famers Fred Biletnikoff (2003-06) and James Lofton (2008).

Originally drafted in the 7th round from the University of North Carolina, Curry played in 76 games (32 starts) and registered 193 receptions for 2,347 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Raiders. He is reunited with 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, who was an offensive assistant on the Raiders staff from 2002-03, and 49ers wide receivers coach John Morton, who held the same position with the Raiders in 2002.

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

A native of Hampton, VA, Curry was an All-American in football and basketball in high school. At UNC, he also played on the basketball team for two seasons with DE Julius Peppers. Curry and his wife Stacie, have three children: Raley, Emery and Carter.

Ronald Curry is in his second season as a coach in the NFL, and his second season with the 49ers as the team’s offensive assistant.

Curry, a seven-year NFL veteran,  played wide receiver  for the Oakland Raiders from 2002-08. Although Curry enters his second year of professional coaching, he has studied under Hall of Famers Fred Biletnikoff (2003-06) and James Lofton (2008).

Originally drafted in the 7th round from the University of North Carolina, Curry played in 76 games (32 starts) and registered 193 receptions for 2,347 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Raiders. He is reunited with 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, who was an offensive assistant on the Raiders staff from 2002-03, and 49ers wide receivers coach John Morton, who held the same position with the Raiders in 2002.

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

A native of Hampton, VA, Curry was an All-American in football and basketball in high school. At UNC, he also played on the basketball team for two seasons with DE Julius Peppers. Curry and his wife Stacie, have three children: Raley, Emery and Carter.

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