- His last name is pronounced YOOZ-check.
- Named the recipient of the 2017 Bill Walsh Award, which was established in 2004 in honor of San Francisco's Hall of Fame Head Coach. The award, which is voted on by the coaching staff, is given to the 49er who has best represented the standard of professional excellence established by Walsh. Walsh served as the team's head coach for 10 seasons from 1979-88. In that time, he compiled a record of 102-63-1 and led the team to three Super Bowls. He was twice named Coach of the Year (1981, 1984) and was later named Coach of the Decade for the 1980s.
- Each offseason, Juszczyk likes to build at least one piece of furniture with his own hands. His most recent piece of furniture assembled was a farmhouse-style kitchen table.
- In search of his favorite pregame meal, Juszczyk settled on filet mignon with sweet potatoes and spaghetti with scrambled eggs, a meal he describes as, "The perfect combination of protein and the right carbs before a game."
- His great uncle, Rich "Dickie" Moore, played DT at Villanova University before being selected by the Green Bay Packers in the first round (12th overall) of the 1969 NFL Draft.
- Admires former U.S. Navy SEAL, Marcus Luttrell, who was awarded the Navy Cross Purple Heart for his actions of bravery.
Awards & Honors:
- 2016: AFC Pro Bowl
- 2017: Bill Walsh Award, NFC Pro Bowl, 49ers Community Relations Youth Football Award
- 2018: NFC Pro Bowl
- 2019: NFC Pro Bowl
Morning Report: Kyle Juszczyk Discusses 49ers Modified Offseason, Jimmie Ward on 'Getting Over' Super Bowl LIV, Mike McGlinchey Emphasizes O-Line's Versatility
Kyle Juszczyk reviewed the advantages of the NFL's modified offseason, Jimmie Ward on using February's loss to be better in 2020, Mike McGlinchey emphasized the importance of versatility players bring to the 49ers offense.
Morning Report: How the Linebackers Stack Up Heading into Training Camp, 49ers and Giants Support #WearAMask Initiative, Players Discuss How to Create Change in the Bay Area
An in-depth training camp primer for San Francisco's linebackers, the 49ers, Giants and Dignity Health announce initiative to create 200,000 masks and a roundtable discussion on how to create change in the Bay Area.
Morning Report: Kendrick Bourne Sets 2020 Goals, 49ers Players Sign Petition to End Qualified Immunity, Third-Annual Quarterback Coaching Summit
Kendrick Bourne shares six goals to prepare for the upcoming season, 49ers players and coaches sign petition for the Ending Qualified Immunity Act, Black College Football Hall of Fame the NFL announced third-annual Quarterback Coaching Summit.
49ers Morning Report: Kyle Juszczyk Details Virtual Meetings, Jerry Rice on Team's Super Bowl Trajectory and Top 5 WRs to Breakout in 2020
Kyle Juszczyk discusses logistics of virtual offseason, Jerry Rice says the time is "now" for a Super Bowl win, Nate Burleson puts Deebo Samuel among Top 5 WRs to have a breakout year.
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49ers Players and Alumni Congratulate Class of 2020 During 49ers @Home Graduation Presented by Chegg
Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa, Robbie Gould and other 49ers players, as well as alumni Jerry Rice and Steve Young, congratulate recent graduates and share words of encouragement as they move into the next phase of their lives.
Kyle Juszczyk Talks About the Importance of STEAM Education During SAP's 'Virtual Take Your Child to Work Day'
Juszczyk joined 49ers EDU director Jesse Lovejoy for a discussion on the impact of STEAM in football and how he wishes he had the 49ers EDU digital playbook growing up. Check out all the highlights from the event at Sap.com/child.