This is a 2021 photo of Bobby Slowik of the San Francisco 49ers NFL football team. This image reflects the 2021 active roster as of Monday, February 23, 2021 when this image was taken. (AP Photo)

Bobby Slowik

Offensive Passing Game Coordinator

College: Michigan Technological University

Hometown: Green Bay, WI

Experience: 10 years


Bobby Slowik is in his 10th year in the NFL and first as the team's offensive passing game coordinator. He spent the 2021 season as San Francisco's offensive passing game specialist after working the previous two seasons (2019-20) as a 49ers offensive assistant and as the team's defensive quality control coach for two years (2017-18). Slowik has also worked in the NFL with Washington as a defensive assistant (2011-13) and video assistant (2010).

The 2021 San Francisco passing attack saw WR Deebo Samuel earn Associated Press First-Team All-Pro honors and the first Pro Bowl selection of his career. In 16 games (15 starts), Samuel registered 77 receptions for 1,405 receiving yards (18.2 average) and five receiving touchdowns. Second-year WR Brandon Aiyuk also added 56 catches for 826 yards and five touchdowns. TE George Kittle ranked second on the team with71 receptions for 910 yards and six touchdowns while earning a trip to the Pro Bowl.