ESPN's Senior NFL Insider, Adam Schefter tweeted the news Monday afternoon stating that this contract replaces the three years he had remaining on his deal.
San Francisco is rewarding head coach Kyle Shanahan with a new six-year contract that replaces the three years he had remaining on his deal and ties him to the 49ers through the 2025 season, league sources tell ESPN.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 15, 2020
According to ESPN, the new contract makes Shanahan one of the NFL's five highest-paid head coaches.
With Shanahan as head coach, the 49ers turned around their losing record and within three years won the NFC championship, landing a spot in Super Bowl 54.
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