Kyle Shanahan says his father Mike won’t join him with San Francisco 49ers

Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is set to become the 49ers’ head coach following the Super Bowl. (John Bazemore/AP Photo)

HOUSTON — Kyle Shanahan, the offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons who is in line to become the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers after the Super Bowl, says he doesn’t envision his father, longtime NFL head coach Mike Shanahan, joining him in San Francisco.

Kyle Shanahan worked for his father in Washington when Mike Shanahan coached the Redskins. With the younger Shanahan’s pending promotion, there had been speculation about a prospective reunion in San Francisco, with talk that the elder Shanahan perhaps could join the 49ers in a front office capacity.

“I always anticipate asking my dad for advice and stuff like that, just like I think anybody would in their profession if their dad had done the same thing and been successful at it,” he said at Super Bowl media night. “As far as him working in the building and doing stuff like that, that’s definitely not been in discussions. My dad’s, to me, basically retired. And I know he enjoys football. So I don’t want to use that word because he’s definitely working at it a lot. You can ask my mom. But no, I’ve never envisioned him [in

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