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In tribute to friend, Joe Montana requests his street be renamed to include Dwight Clark

What appeared to be a promotion for a housing development at San Francisco’s City Hall on Sunday, turned out to be a tearful tribute to AIDS awareness history as well as the tender revelation of a true friendship. Only in San Francisco can such compassion and sensitivity flow on what could have been a stiff corporate
Via Niner Insider
6 days ago

Joe Montana wants street named in his honor to bear Dwight Clark’s name, too

San Francisco announced on Sunday that 49ers Hall of Famer Joe Montana will have a street named in his honor. But Montana doesn’t want to be alone. Montana said he wants his receiver Dwight Clark, who caught The Catch from Montana in the 1981 NFC Championship Game, to be honored as well. So at a…
Via Pro Football Talk
6 days ago

Jason Witten writes goodbye letter to Tony Romo

As the accolades keep pouring in for Tony Romo following his retirement from the NFL, former teammates are now starting to speak up about what it meant to play with Romo over the course of his potentially Hall of Fame worthy career.One player who suited up with Romo throughout his 13 years with the Dallas Cowboys, Jason Witten has something to say about his former quarterback. We...
Via Sportsnaut
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Montana won’t say Tom Brady is greatest QB of all time

Did Tom Brady end the debate about who is the greatest quarterback to ever live when he won his fifth championship and was named MVP of the Super Bowl for the fourth time? That still depends on who you ask.Many people felt Brady surpassed Joe Montana two years ago when he tied the San Franciso 49ers legend with four Super Bowl wins and three MVPs. Most of those who still gave Montana...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Drees Brees: Tom Brady would be best QB ever with another Super Bowl win

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees knows a thing or two about being elite. In 16 NFL seasons, he’s thrown for 66,111 yards and 465 touchdowns, winning one Super Bowl with the Saints (XLIV). He’s been incredible in his long NFL career and he’s certainly a first-ballot Hall Of Famer, but even he knows that when all is said and done, he’ll be looking up at the quarterback...
Via Sportsnaut
February 03, 2017  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every NFL Hall of Famer whose last name starts with ‘M’

There are 30 members of the NFL Hall of Fame whose last names start with "S". How many of these SuperStarS can you name? Clue: Years active with the league/Position  
September 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Joe Montana messes with Jerry Rice in Hall of Fame photo

Hall of Famers Joe Montana and Jerry Rice were both in Canton this weekend to watch the Class of ’16 get inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. That included watching former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. get inducted. Along the way, Montana decided to have some fun. The four-time Super Bowl champion quarterback gave his longtime receiver the good ole bunny...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Joe Montana warns NFL players about potential long-term damage after retirement

In an age where attention is rising to the long-term effects of football on a player after retirement, Joe Montana sums it up as best as anyone possibly could. “Unfortunately, most of us leave this game with things that linger,” Montana said in a story by USA Today. Montana, a four-time Super Bowl winner with the San Francisco 49ers, is always a big draw when the Super Bowl...
Via The Comeback
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

'Joe Montana Football 16' apparently in production

By Vincent Frank Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana is always around to lend his name and entrepreneurship to the newest ventures following his retirement from the game in 1994. Montana is apparently prepared to lend his name to an unlicensed video game on the Unreal Engine 4 platform. Considering the game is currently unlicensed, it can’t use the names of current players...
Via Sportsnaut
March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Joe Montana thinks Seahawks could become dynasty

Seattle Seahawks fans may not have any love for the San Francisco 49ers, their players, or their history, but it would be silly to discount the legacy of Joe Montana. For over a decade Montana was the most dominant quarterback in the NFL, leading the 49ers to four Super bowl wins. Along the way he collected over 35,000 passing yards, 244 touchdowns, eight pro bowl nominations, and...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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