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MT: Seifert, Young Join SB Committee

Posted by Taylor Price on April 11, 2013 – 9:23 AM

The Bay Area’s quest to host Super Bowl L or LI received a boost this week with the two key former 49ers joining the region’s Super Bowl bid committee.

According to the SF Gate, Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young and two-time Super Bowl winning coach George Seifert, have joined the committee that features many other well-known Bay Area personalities (Condoleeza Rice, Charles Schwab, Thomas Keller and others).

NFL owners will decide the host cities for both Super Bowls at the annual owner meetings on May 21. If the Bay Area wins, the game will be played at the new Santa Clara Stadium which is set to open in 2014.

The Bay Area is up against the Miami region to host Super Bowl L in 2016. It would be the 50th anniversary of the biggest game in professional sports. The runner-up from that vote will compete with Houston to host Super Bowl LI in 2017. Bay Area mayors, Jamie Matthews of Santa Clara and Ed Lee of San Francisco, recently held a press conference on March 7 to discuss the Super Bowl bid.

Learn more about the future home of the San Francisco 49ers at NewSantaClaraStadium.com and book your personal tour of the facility today.

You can also learn more about the San Francisco Super Bowl bid on their official site and Twitter account.

More 49ers headlines can be found in today’s Morning Tailgate.

Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com shared his opinion of 49ers draft needs: defensive line, safety and tight end.

Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee wrote about Colin Kaepernick looking to increase his speed in 2013.

Barrows also discussed the 49ers targeting offensive linemen later in the NFL Draft.

Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com shared his fifth mock draft of the offseason.

49ers.com recapped Joe Staley’s appearance on NFL Network’s NFL AM show.

Our “49 in 49” series continued with a profile of FIU safety Jonathan Cyprien.


Check it.

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35 Responses to “MT: Seifert, Young Join SB Committee”

  1. By 49erdefense2012 on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    good to see some 49er alum FINALLY on the super bowl commitee

  2. By tanglung on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply


  3. By bow53 on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    they should change the venue of where the superbowl is gonna be held next year , i don’t like it at all , its i@ new york in the middle of winter, i’m just hoping the weather would cooperate during the duration of the game….or else , theres gonna be a lot problems……weather its us or somebody else’s….

  4. By phatalerror on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    I hope the new stadium hosts the Super Bowl.

    I hope the Chiefs represent the AFC.

    I hope the 49ers represent the NFC.

    May the best team win.

  5. By mfkram64 on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    r u kidding me “may the best team win” wtf is that stupid quote…..

  6. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply


  7. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    ck first start nevada

  8. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    this guy never played football but got invited to the regional combine thats hard to do without having played football and we invited him for a look


  9. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    some words on mario m’s injury/recovery


  10. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    niners nation mock draft likes cyprien


  11. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    and if you dont know about niners nation as a 49er fan you should go check them out


    awesome 49er site

  12. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    “I hope the new stadium hosts the Super Bowl.

    I hope the Chiefs represent the AFC.

    I hope the 49ers represent the NFC.

    May the best team win.”” phatlerror”

    ok that would be an awesome scenario and you know how the nfl likes to hype up the sb for viewership but it wouldnt even be close we would wipe up alex smith
    but it would be fun to watch

  13. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    i think the reasons being besides the obviuos we are a way better team right now they have the #1 draft pick for a reason
    our coaches know this guy and he doesnt have frank gore or the ability to play coservitive and beat us
    he gets hot makes some short plays and still loses a lopsided game, he would need his whole team outplaying us in order to beat us,not gonna happen,hes not the type of qb to carry his team by himself,sorry alex smith,and for my birthday i need a new jersey my #11 is well getting old

  14. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    alex smith does deserve credit for “the catch” we all cried when vernon davis caught that ball and came off the field crying, beating the saints on the last play

    heres the “3 catches”

  15. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

  16. By ace on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

  17. By phatalerror on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    “i think the reasons being besides the obviuos we are a way better team right now they have the #1 draft pick for a reason”

    The 49ers are a better and deeper team, but the distance between the two isn’t as great as you think if everyone on both sides stays healthy. Remember what happened for the 49ers when Mike Singletary was replaced by Jim Harbaugh? Expect a much bigger differential in record between the Romeo Crennel Chiefs of 2012 and the Andy Reid Chiefs of 2013. Romeo Crennel was awful, and quite possibly worse than Singletary.

    Better coaching.
    Better quarterbacking.
    Better Sundays.

  18. By phatalerror on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    It was nice to see that video dispense with the pre-Harbaugh era within the first four minutes. Nolan and Singletary were awful head coaches, and are a huge part of the reason it took eight years before Alex Smith could obtain a winning record as a starter.

    I love the call in the booth by Ted Robinson on that final touchdown of the Saints game.

    I already miss that team.

  19. By Aussie John on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    WOW! Always wanted to go to a Super Bowl, particularly if the 49ers are there. It’s an item on my Dream Board, with pics of the new home in Santa Clara.

  20. By tanglung on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    I still have 49ERS FEVER

  21. By tanglung on Apr 11, 2013 | Reply

    phatablahblah can’t help himself. Just has to get his digs in. Keep up the good work blahblah. I can hardly wait for your next words of blahblah. And blah blah blah blah blah blah. Blah blah blah blah blah and blahblah. Really boring….. I can’t stop yawning…. Please write back soon….

  22. By phatalerror on Apr 12, 2013 | Reply

    Why do you keep coming back to tell me you are ignoring me when clearly you aren’t? Are you really that ill?

    You can’t shut me up. Only Kaepernick can. And you had better hope he can.

  23. By rjdniner on Apr 12, 2013 | Reply

    when I read all the comments I come to the conclusion that this blog site is like the funnys in the newspaper .and then there is the same old jabs going on, really

  24. By tanglung on Apr 12, 2013 | Reply

    I knew I could draw him in. Soooo preD I C Ktable. LMFAO again.

  25. By mfkram64 on Apr 12, 2013 | Reply

    blahblahblah i really don’t think u will ever shut up….u will always fined a way to bash kaepernick or the niners in some way shape or form….u r a person who is never happy…u can fine fault in anything…to say u r a niner fan is just down right stupid…

  26. By ace on Apr 12, 2013 | Reply

    god worse than singletary that seems hard to imagine, but i think the cheifs will be better than last year, has any team ever had the #1 pick 2 years in a row?

  27. By ace on Apr 12, 2013 | Reply

    wait wasnt andy reid coach of the eagles when they tried to make a”dream team”
    and they went and got Nnamdi A and played him in a zone defense? or was that another bad coach ?

  28. By phatalerror on Apr 13, 2013 | Reply

    “wait wasnt andy reid coach of the eagles when they tried to make a ‘dream team’”

    Yes, he was the coach of the Eagles these last two years. During those years, he had to put up with a deliberately underperforming and then an injured DeSean Jackson, a persistently injured Jeremy Maclin (so there goes the receiving corps). Last year, the offensive line was absolutely destroyed by injuries, and then Michael Vick went out as a consequence of that.

    They ended that season with LeSean McCoy missing four games during the last six weeks with a concussion, and Vick didn’t play between weeks 11 and 16. If you are trying to suggest that Andy Reid was a bad coach, just imagine how the 49ers would have done with Scott Tolzien, Anthony Dixon, Brett Swain, and A.J. Jenkins being the healthiest at the skill positions while Staley, Iupati, Goodwin, and Davis are all out for the season from week 12 onward. I don’t care if it’s Jim Harbaugh coaching: You’re having to teach backups how to be starters with very little time left in the season to do so.

    So in recap, Yes, the Chiefs have an excellent coach in Reid, who has a winning record in the post-season at 10-9 while having played in one of the most competitive divisions in the league during the past 15 years. Under his coaching, the Eagles won the NFC East 7 times. In 14 years as coach of the Eagles, he had only 3 losing seasons (his first season as head coach, the year immediately after winning the NFC Conference Title, and his final year as head coach). The 49ers benefit from having him out of the conference entirely.

  29. By tanglung on Apr 13, 2013 | Reply

    Another F U C K ING jab at THE 49ERS…. Write what you will but remember, you’ll always be an @$$HOLE F U C K FACE…

  30. By phatalerror on Apr 13, 2013 | Reply

    Because you said so.


  31. By tanglung on Apr 14, 2013 | Reply

    Hey F U C K FACE, i have a question for you.

  32. By rjdniner on Apr 14, 2013 | Reply

    we all want to know so what is it ?

  33. By Hermie on Apr 15, 2013 | Reply

    Always excuses, excuses, excuses on how or why someone underpormed whether it be a player or coach…ask “any” Eagle fan how they feel about Reid and his former players about his “poor” decisions when it came to coaches and coaching in big games!! Enough said!! No Brag, Just Fact!!!

  34. By phatalerror on Apr 15, 2013 | Reply

    I guess it was all “poor” decisions that brought Andy Reid a winning record in the post-season. Get a life, dude. Just because Jim Harbaugh is an excellent coach doesn’t mean everyone else is an idiot.

    He’s got more post-season wins than many coaches get post-season appearances. You don’t meet with that sort of success by being a “poor” coach.

    But here’s the interesting thing: Andy Reid is hitched to Alex Smith just as Jim Harbaugh is hitched to Colin Kaepernick. What will you say about Harbaugh if Colin struggles this year? And what if the 2013 Chiefs take the AFC West the way Alex Smith helped the 2011 49ers take the NFC West?

  35. By Hermie on Apr 16, 2013 | Reply

    Look at Reids record over the last 3 years dude!!! Not impressive dude!!! No Brag, Just Fact!!

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