Bobby Slowik is in his sixth year in the NFL and second season as the 49ers defensive quality control coach. Slowik worked with the Washington Redskins as a defensive assistant (2011-13) and video assistant (2010).
With Washington, Slowik worked closely with OLBs Rob Jackson and Ryan Kerrigan. Jackson started 14 games in 2012 after replacing OLB Brian Orakpo who suffered a season-ending injury. That season, Jackson registered career highs in tackles (35), sacks (4.5) and interceptions (four). That same season, Kerrigan earned his first career Pro Bowl selection after finishing with a then career-high 8.5 sacks and also picked up his second career interception return for a touchdown.