Friday, September 30, 2022

49-man linebacker coach Johnny Holland diagnosed with cancer again

Santa Clara-Two years ago, Johnny Holland (Johnny Holland) suffered from cancer in the 49ers Super Bowl game, but he kept his situation confidential. Unfortunately, the cancer has returned, and when he left for the upcoming treatment, he was discussing it publicly.

“The past few years have been an exciting time for me and my family. In September 2019, I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma and experienced several rounds of remission and relapse,” the Dutch team posted Said in a statement.

“Unfortunately, the cancer has returned. Starting from September 6th, I will leave the team for a period of time for treatment.

“When sharing the details of my diagnosis, my wish is that I can be an advocate and a beacon of hope for those fighting cancer to help remind them that we are all together.”

The 49ers wore red T-shirts during Friday’s training session to commemorate the upcoming battle in the Netherlands. This is a similar shirt they wore during the 2019 season. The initials of “IGYB” are printed on the back of the jersey, which stands for “I Got Your Back”, and above it is the initials of “JH”.

“I love Johnny as much as anyone around me. He is such a good person,” coach Kyle Shanahan said on Monday.

“… For example, who he is, he always tells me-he is serious-how happy he has been through all this, not other people or children who cannot handle it in the same way. His beliefs So determined, he believes he can be a source of inspiration for those who deal with these things, and he gives us (inspiration) every day.”

The 56-year-old Holland has been the mentor of the 49ers’ first-year defensive coordinator Demeco Reins, whose history can be traced back to the linebacker’s career with the Houston Texans. Since 2017, Holland has not only been an important assistant to the 49ers, but his NFL coaching career can be traced back to 1995.

The Netherlands played for the Green Bay Packers for seven seasons in the second round of the draft from Texas A&M University in 1987. In 1992, he led the team in steals and won the first playoff victory in 11 years. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame for the Packers, Texas A&M and Cotton Bowl.

“I thank the York family, John Lynch, Kyle Shanahan, and the entire 49-member organization for their continued support and encouragement,” Holland added. He and his wife Feith have two children: son Jordan And daughter, Jolly.

“I would also like to thank the doctors and healthcare professionals at Stanford Medical Center and the University of California San Francisco Medical Center for continuing to help me in my treatment plan. Of course, my wife Faith and our children, who have done so much Your love becomes a blessing.

“As we continue the treatment, thank you in advance for respecting my privacy. We still pray firmly and I look forward to returning to the team and coaching as soon as possible.”

Earlier this month, Ryans expressed the importance of the Netherlands to his development in his career.

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