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: 8 years


Bobby Slowik is in his eighth year in the NFL and second season as a 49ers offensive assistant. He spent the previous two years (2017-18) as the team's defensive quality control coach. Slowik has also worked in the NFL with Washington 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.