Advertisement

 NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A casually dressed Jed York hardly looked the part of an NFL executive and owner, wearing slightly baggy jeans, a polo shirt and sneakers for Super Bowl week.
The shoes were designer, but still.
In a matter of months, the 49ers CEO has become a first-time father, watched a new billion-dollar stadium take shape outside his office at team headquarters in Silicon Valley and seen his San Francisco franchise return to the Super Bowl - 18 years after the last championship. Not bad for 31.
After much change from top to bottom, York takes pride in the progress but won't be happy until his Niners are Super Bowl regulars again.
Next up: bringing home another Lombardi Trophy. San Francisco is 5-0 in Super Bowls heading into Sunday's NFL championship game against Baltimore.

NFL Top Stories

Thumbnail Patriots' Season Win Total Prediction With Tom Brad suspended for the first four games of the season, are the New England Patriots still a good bet to win over 11 games this...
Thumbnail Panthers 2016 Win Total Prediction Will the Carolina Panthers repeat the success they had a season ago and once again go over their season win total set by oddsmakers?
Thumbnail Bengals, Jaguars set for exhibition shootout For a team expected to take the next step in 2016, the Jaguars have displayed very little punch during the preseason. Does that change in tonight’s...
Thumbnail Chargers vs. Vikings Pick Will the Minnesota Vikings be able to pick up another preseason win when they host the San Diego Chargers at 1PM ET?
Thumbnail Cowboys' 2016 Super Bowl odds drop Quarterback Tony Romo will miss between 6-10 weeks with a back injury and the odds that the Cowboys will win the 2016 Super Bowl have...
More inNFL Articles  

NFL Team Pages

Advertisement