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THE SAN FRANCISCO FORTY NINERS - FOOTBALL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JERRY RICE, ROGER T. CRAIG, JIM BURT, JOE MONTANA, STEVE YOUNG, RONNIE LOTT, CHUCK THOMAS, BARRY HELTON, JOHN TAYLOR, ERIC WRIGHT, JIM FARNHORST, PIERCE HOLT, RICKY SIGLAR, RON LEWIS, CHET BROOKS, KEENA TURNER, MATT MILLEN, JAMIE WILLIAMS, WESLEY WALLS, STEVE BONO, JESSE SAPOLU, DAVID WAYNER, MIKE WILSON, BRENT JONES, DEXTER CARTER, GUY MCINTYRE, DARRYL POLLARD, SPENCER TILLMAN, BUBBA PARIS, BILL ROMANOWSKI, DENNIS BROWN, HARRY SIDNEY, CHARLES HALEY, STEVE WALLACE, J. JACKSON, MIKE COFER, MICHAEL CARTER, MIKE SHERRARD, DON GRIFFIN, PETE KUGLER, KEVIN FAGAN, TOM RATHMAN, KEITH DeLONG, ERIC DAVIS, MIKE WALTER - DOCUMENT 276323
 

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SAN FRANCISCO FORTY NINERS: SUPER BOWL XXIV CHAMPS
Football signed by Joe Montana, Steve Young, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott and 42 others
Football signed: "Barry Helton", "Eric/Wright", "Pierce/Holt", "Ron Lewis", "Chet Brooks", "Matt Millen", "Bill Romanowski", "Dennis Brown", "Charles Haley", "J Jackson", "Michael Carter", "Don Griffin", "Pete Kugler", "Kevin/Fagan", "Tom Rathman", "Keith DeLong", "Eric Davis", "Mike Walter", "Mike Sherrard", "Mike Cofer", "Steve Wallace", "Harry Sidney", "Bubba Paris", "R. Craig", "Spencer Tillman", "Darryl Pollard", "Steve Young", "Guy McIntyre", "Dexter/Carter", "Brent Jones", "Mike Wilson 88", "David/Wayner", "Jerry Rice", "Joe Montana", "Jim Burt", "Jesse Sapolu", "Steve Bono", "Wesley Walls", "Chuck Thomas", "Jamie/Williams", "Keena Turner", "Frank Pollack", "Ricky Siglar", "Jim Farnhorst", "John Taylor" and "Ronnie Lott". 46 signatures in all. Wilson official football commemorating Super Bowl XXIV. Paul Tagliabu, Commissioner. The San Francisco 49ers went 14-2 during the 1989 season to win the NFC's Western Conference, and then rolled through the postseason with consecutive wins over the Vikings (41-13) and Rams (30-3), before trouncing the Denver Broncos 55-10 to win Super Bowl XXIV, their second championship in a row. The retirement of head coach Bill Walsh before the season, replaced by George Seifert, had not slowed down the San Francisco dynasty. Quarterback JOE MONTANA was SuperBowl MVP for the third time, while the MVP of Super Bowl XXIII, JERRY RICE, caught three more touchdown passes. Others signers of this ball include two additional Hall of Famers, STEVE YOUNG and RONNIE LOTT; and two more members of that season's Pro Bowl: GUY McINTYRE and JOHN TAYLOR. A fine collection of signatures from one of football's finest teams. Fine condition.


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THE SAN FRANCISCO FORTY NINERS   JIM BURT   JOE MONTANA   STEVE YOUNG   RONNIE LOTT   CHUCK THOMAS   BARRY HELTON   JOHN TAYLOR   ERIC WRIGHT   JIM FARNHORST   PIERCE HOLT   RICKY SIGLAR   RON LEWIS   CHET BROOKS   KEENA TURNER   MATT MILLEN   JAMIE WILLIAMS   WESLEY WALLS   STEVE BONO   JESSE SAPOLU   DAVID WAYNER   MIKE WILSON   BRENT JONES   DEXTER CARTER   GUY MCINTYRE   DARRYL POLLARD   SPENCER TILLMAN &nbs


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JIM BURT
Born: June 7, 1959 in Buffalo, New York

Film Credits
1994 NFL on FOX (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1988 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1987 Super Bowl XXI (in person), 1987 1986 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1982-1988 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


JOE MONTANA
Born: June 11, 1956 in New Eagle, Pennsylvania

Full Name: Joseph Clifford Montana, Jr.
 
High School: Ringgold (Monongahela, PA)
Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January 29, 2000
Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: July 29, 2000
Pro Career: 15 seasons, 192 games
Drafted: 3rd round (82nd overall) in 1979 by San Francisco 49ers
Transactions: April 22, 1993 Montana and safety David Whitemore, and the 49ers' 3rd round draft pick in 1994 (Lake Dawson, WR, Notre Dame, 92nd overall) traded to Kansas City for the Chiefs' 1st round round choice in 1993 (traded to Phoenix on 4/25/93 which was traded to New Orleans, the 49ers then selected Dana Stubblefield with 26th pick overall acquired from the Saints).
Uniform Number: #16 with San Francisco, #19 with Kansas City

Football Hall of Fame Class of 2000
Quarterback 6-2, 200
(Notre Dame)
1979-1992 San Francisco 49ers, 1993-94 Kansas City Chiefs

Third round draft pick, 1979
Master of come-from-behind victories
Led 49ers to four Super Bowl wins
Named Super Bowl MVP three times
Orchestrated 92-yard winning drive in closing seconds, Super Bowl XXIII
All-NFL three times, All-NFC five times
Missed entire 1991 season with injury
Selected to eight Pro Bowls
Career statistics: 3,409 completions, 40,551 yards, 273 TDs, 92.3 passer rating



Film Credits
2014/II Asylum (Performer), 2013 Mike & Mike (Other), 2013 Entertainment Tonight (in person), 2013 CBS This Morning (in person), 2012 Fox and Friends (in person), 2012 E3 Xbox Media Briefing (in person), 2012 A Football Life (Other), 2011 Year of the Quarterback (Other), 2011 Rome Is Burning (in person), 2010-2012 Mike & Mike (in person), 2009 Sport: Iooss and Leifer (in person), 2009 Saturday Night Live Sports Extra '09 (Other), 2009 Rome Is Burning (Other), 2008 The Simpsons (in person), 2006-2010 Rachael Ray (in person), 2006 The Complete History of the San Francisco 49ers (Performer), 2006 Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith (in person), 2006 Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith (Other), 2006 On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren (in person), 2006 CMI: The Chris Myers Interview (in person), 2005 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (in person), 2005 The Best Damn Sports Show Period (in person), 2005 Joe Montana and Tom Mitchell: The Winning Spirit (in person), 2005 Costas Now (in person), 2004-2007 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2003 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (in person), 2003 ESPN SportsCentury (Other), 2002 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 2000 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (in person), 2000 Late Night with Conan O'Brien (in person), 2000 Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years (in person), 2000 Big Game XXVIII: Road Runner vs. Coyote (in person), 1999 Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit '99 (in person), 1998 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 1996 Super Bowl XXX (in person), 1996 Late Show with David Letterman (in person), 1996 1995 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1994 Billy Ray Cyrus: A Year on the Road (in person), 1994 1993 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 America This Morning (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1987-1994 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1987 Saturday Night Live (in person), 1987 Kraft Salutes Super Night at the Super Bowl (in person), 1985 Super Bowl XIX (in person), 1985 1984 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1983-1994 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1983 1983 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1982 Super Bowl XVI (in person), 1982 1981 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1980-1989 The NFL on CBS (in person), 1979 1979 Cotton Bowl (in person), 1978 1978 Cotton Bowl (in person)


STEVE YOUNG
Born: October 11, 1961 in Salt Lake City, Utah

Full Name: Jon Steven Young
 
High School: Greenwich (CT)
Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: February 5, 2005
Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 7, 2005
Pro Career: 15 Seasons, 169 Games (also played two seasons in the USFL)
Drafted: 1st Round (1st Player Overall) in 1984 Supplemental Draft by Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Uniform Number: #8

Football Hall of Fame Class of 2005
Quarterback 6-2, 205
(Brigham Young)
1985-1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1987-1999 San Francisco 49ers

Bucs' first round pick of 1984 supplemental draft
Traded to 49ers, 1987
Tied with legendary Sammy Baugh as only QBs to win six NFL passing titles
Set then-record 112.8 paser rating, 1994
Threw 6 TDs, named Most Valuable Player, Super Bowl XXIX
Career statistics include 33,124 yards and 232 TDs passing, also rushed for 43 TDs
All-Pro four times, NFL MVP twice, seven Pro Bowls



Film Credits
2013 Mike & Mike (Other), 2013 Late Show with David Letterman (in person), 2013 Frontline (in person), 2012-2013 Mike & Mike (in person), 2012 National Football League Honors (in person), 2012 A Football Life (in person), 2011 Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (Other), 2010 Year of the Quarterback (in person), 2010 Pardon the Interruption (in person), 2009 30 for 30 (in person), 2008 The Biggest Loser (in person), 2008 60 Minutes (Other), 2007 2007 NFL Draft (in person), 2006 Super Bowl XL Pre-Game Show (in person), 2006 Super Bowl XL (in person), 2006 Dancing with the Stars (in person), 2005 The O'Reilly Factor (in person), 2004 Listen Up (in person), 2004 American Idol (in person), 2002 The Singles Ward (Performer), 2001 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (in person), 2000-2006 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1998 Dharma & Greg (in person), 1998 Dennis Miller Live (Other), 1998 1997 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1997-2000 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 1997 Wings (in person), 1996 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (Performer), 1996 Dennis Miller Live (in person), 1995 Super Bowl XXIX (in person), 1995 Late Night with Conan O'Brien (in person), 1995 Beverly Hills, 90210 (in person), 1995 A Night to Die for (in person), 1995 1994 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1994 Tyler: A Real Hero (in person), 1994 Frasier (Performer), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 Sports Illustrated for Kids: Slam Dunk, Home Run, Touchdown TV (in person), 1993 Monday Night Countdown (Performer), 1993 Monday Night Countdown (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1st & Ten: The Championship (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1987-1999 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1987-1998 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person)


RONNIE LOTT
Born: May 8, 1959 in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Full Name: Ronald Mandel Lott
 
High School: Eisenhower (Rialto, CA)
Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: January 29, 2000
Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: July 29, 2000
Pro Career: 14 seasons, 192 games
Drafted: 1st round (8th overall) by San Francisco 49ers
Uniform Number: 42

Class of 2000
Cornerback/Safety 6-0, 203
(Southern California)
1981-1990 San Francisco 49ers, 1991-1992 Los Angeles Raiders, 1993-1994 New York Jets

First round draft pick, 1981
Started at left cornerback position as rookie
Switched to safety, 1985
Earned All-Pro honors at three different positions (cornerback, free safety, strong safety)
Hard-hitting, versatile
Recorded 100-plus tackles five times
Led NFL in interceptions twice, 1986, 1991
Driving force on defense during 49ers' four Super Bowl seasons
63 career interceptions for 730 yards, 5 TDs



Film Credits
2013 A City Divided (in person), 2012-2013 Fox and Friends (in person), 2011 Year of the Quarterback (in person), 2008 Super Bowl XLII (in person), 2007 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2006 Minister of Defense: The Reggie White Story (in person), 2006 Dancing with the Stars (in person), 2005 The Best Damn Sports Show Period (in person), 2002 MC Hammer: 2 Legit - The Videos (Other), 2000 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1999 1998 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1998 1997 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1997 1996 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1996 Married with Children (in person), 1996 All Pro Sports: Ronnie Lott (in person), 1994 NFL on FOX (in person), 1994 Fox NFL Sunday (in person), 1991-1994 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1988 Hawkeye (Performer), 1987 Fight to Win (Performer), 1985-1992 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1985 Super Bowl XIX (in person), 1985 1984 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1983 1983 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1982 Super Bowl XVI (in person), 1982 1981 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1981 1981 NFL Draft (in person)


BARRY HELTON
Born: January 2, 1965 in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Film Credits
1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1988-1991 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1988-1990 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


JOHN TAYLOR
Born: March 31, 1962 in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey

Film Credits
1995 Super Bowl XXIX (in person), 1995 1994 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 The NFL on CBS (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1988-1995 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1987-1994 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1986 1986 NFL Draft (in person)


PIERCE HOLT
Born: January 1, 1962 in Marlin, Texas

Film Credits
1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989-1992 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1988 1988 NFL Draft (in person)


RICKY SIGLAR
Born: June 14, 1966 in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Film Credits
1996 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1994 1993 AFC Championship Game (in person)


CHET BROOKS

Film Credits
1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


KEENA TURNER
Born: October 22, 1958 in Chicago, Illinois

Film Credits
1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1985 1984 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1984-1986 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1983 1983 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1982 1981 NFC Championship Game (in person)


MATT MILLEN
Born: March 12, 1958 in Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania

Film Credits
2013 2013 Discover Orange Bowl (in person), 2012 2012 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (in person), 2011-2012 Mike & Mike (in person), 2011 Year of the Quarterback (in person), 2011 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (in person), 2011 2011 Insight Bowl (in person), 2010 2010 Insight Bowl (in person), 2009 2009 Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl (in person), 2004 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2001-2003 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1996 1995 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1995 1994 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1994 NFL on FOX (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1987-1990 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1984 Super Bowl XVIII (in person), 1984 1983 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1981 Super Bowl XV (in person), 1981 1980 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1980-1990 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1977 1977 Fiesta Bowl (in person)


WESLEY WALLS
Born: February 26, 1966 in Batesville, Mississippi

Film Credits
1997 NFL Blast (in person), 1997 1996 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1996 NFL on FOX (in person), 1994-2003 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1990-2001 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1989 1989 NFL Draft (in person)


JESSE SAPOLU
Born: March 10, 1961 in Laie, Western Samoa

Film Credits
1995 Super Bowl XXIX (in person), 1995 1994 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1988-1996 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1988-1996 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person)


DEXTER CARTER
Born: September 15, 1967 in Baxley, Georgia

Film Credits
1995 The NFL on NBC (in person), 1995 Super Bowl XXIX (in person), 1995 1994 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990-1996 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1990-1996 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1990 1990 NFL Draft (in person)


GUY MCINTYRE
Born: February 17, 1961 in Thomasville, Georgia

Film Credits
1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990-1995 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1990-1995 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1985 Super Bowl XIX (in person), 1984 1984 NFL Draft (in person)


DARRYL POLLARD
Born: May 11, 1964 in Ellsworth, Maine

Film Credits
1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1990 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person)


SPENCER TILLMAN
Born: April 21, 1964 in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Film Credits
2009-2010 Hannity (in person), 2009 Horrible Turn (Performer), 1992-1994 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989-1994 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


BUBBA PARIS
Born: October 6, 1960 in Louisville, Kentucky

Film Credits
1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1985 Super Bowl XIX (in person), 1985 1984 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1983-1990 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1983 1983 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1982 1982 NFL Draft (in person)


BILL ROMANOWSKI
Born: April 2, 1966 in Vernon, Connecticut

Film Credits
2013 60 Minutes Sports (in person), 2012-2013 Jim Rome on Showtime (in person), 2011/I Jack and Jill (in person), 2010 Tosh.0 (in person), 2010 Blue Mountain State (in person), 2008 Wieners (Performer), 2008 Get Smart (Performer), 2008 Bedtime Stories (Performer), 2007 Sports Unfiltered with Dennis Miller (in person), 2006 The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch (in person), 2006 The Benchwarmers (Performer), 2006 Rebellion of Thought (in person), 2006 Pros vs. Joes (in person), 2006 60 Minutes (Other), 2005 The Longest Yard (Performer), 2005 Shooting Gallery (Performer), 2005 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2005 60 Minutes (in person), 2003 Super Bowl XXXVII (in person), 2001-2005 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 1999 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 1999 Super Bowl XXXIII (in person), 1999 NFL on FOX (in person), 1999 1998 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1998 Super Bowl XXXII (in person), 1998 1997 AFC Championship Game (in person), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990-2002 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1989-2003 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1988 1988 NFL Draft (in person), 1985 1985 Cotton Bowl (in person)


CHARLES HALEY

Film Credits
1983 Play Dead (Camera / Electrical Department)


MICHAEL CARTER
Born: October 29, 1960 in Dallas, Texas

Film Credits
1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1987-1988 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1985 Super Bowl XIX (in person), 1985 1984 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1984-1988 NFL Monday Night Football (in person)


MIKE SHERRARD
Born: June 21, 1963 in Oakland, California

Film Credits
1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1986-1996 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1986 1986 NFL Draft (in person), 1985 1985 Fiesta Bowl (in person)


DON GRIFFIN
Born: March 17, 1964 in Pelham, Georgia

Film Credits
2009 MHz Megahertz (Performer), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1987-1990 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1986-1995 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1986 1986 NFL Draft (in person)


PETE KUGLER

Film Credits
1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1983 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1983 1983 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1981 1981 NFL Draft (in person)


TOM RATHMAN
Born: October 7, 1962 in Grand Island, Nebraska

Film Credits
2013 Through These Gates (in person), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1987-1994 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1987-1994 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1986 1986 NFL Draft (in person)


KEITH DeLONG

Film Credits
1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1989 1989 NFL Draft (in person)


JERRY RICE
Born: October 13, 1962 in Starkville, Mississippi

Full Name: Jerry Lee Rice
 
High School: B.L. Moor (Crawford, MS)
Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame: February 6, 2010
Enshrined into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 7, 2010
Pro Career: 20 seasons, 303 games
Drafted: 1st round (16th player overall) in 1985 by San Francisco 49ers
Transactions: June 5, 2001  Rice signed as a free agent with San Francisco 49ers. | October 19, 2004 Rice traded by Oakland Raiders to Seattle Seahawks in exchange for conditional 7th round draft pick, 2005 | June 1, 2005 Rice signed as free agent with Denver Broncos.
Uniform Number: #80

Football Hall of Fame Class of 2010
Wide Receiver 6-2, 200
(Mississippi Valley State)
1985-2000 San Francisco 49ers, 2001-04 Oakland Raiders, 2004 Seattle Seahawks

Selected by 49ers in first round (16th player overall), 1985 
Set NFL record with 22 TD receptions, 1987 
Led NFL in receiving yards and touchdown receptions six times 
Record 1,848 yards receiving, 1995 
Owns virtually every significant receiving mark including receptions (1,549); receiving yards (22,895); most 1,000-yard receiving seasons (14) 
Had record 208 total touchdowns; 23,546 combined net yards 
Super Bowl XXIII MVP
Named first-team All-Pro 11 consecutive seasons 
13 Pro Bowls



Film Credits
2013 Good Morning America (in person), 2013 60 Minutes Sports (in person), 2012 National Football League Honors (in person), 2012 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (Performer), 2012 Catch (in person), 2011 Today (in person), 2011 The Making of a First Rounder: The DeSean Jackson Story (in person), 2011 Spike TV VGA Video Game Awards (in person), 2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (in person), 2010-2013 Mike & Mike (in person), 2010 MMA H.E.A.T. (in person), 2010 Fighters Only Mixed Martial Arts Awards 2010 (in person), 2009 Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (Performer), 2009 The Jay Leno Show (in person), 2009 Rules of Engagement (in person), 2009 One Tree Hill (in person), 2008 The Biggest Loser (in person), 2008 Rome Is Burning (Other), 2008 Going Pro (in person), 2007-2009 Last Call with Carson Daly (in person), 2007 The Game (in person), 2007 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (in person), 2007 The Class (in person), 2007 Tavis Smiley (in person), 2007 Sport Science (in person), 2007 Rachael Ray (in person), 2007 NFL Top 10 (Other), 2007 Live with Kelly and Michael (in person), 2007 Howard Stern on Demand (in person), 2007 Entertainment Tonight (in person), 2007 Don't Forget the Lyrics! (in person), 2007 18th Annual American Century Championship (in person), 2006-2012 Dancing with the Stars (in person), 2006-2007 Rome Is Burning (in person), 2006-2007 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2006 WWE No Way Out (in person), 2006 WWE New Year's Revolution (in person), 2006 Super Bowl XL (in person), 2006 Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith (in person), 2006 Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith (Other), 2006 Pros vs. Joes (in person), 2006 Miss America (in person), 2006 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (in person), 2006 ESPN SportsCentury (in person), 2006 ESPN Hollywood (in person), 2006 American Inventor (in person), 2006 17th Annual American Century Championship (in person), 2005 The Best Damn Sports Show Period (in person), 2005 Costas Now (in person), 2005 16th Annual American Century Championship (in person), 2004 NFL Game of the Week (in person), 2003 Super Bowl XXXVII (in person), 2002 SportsCenter (in person), 2002 Doggy Fizzle Televizzle (in person), 2000 ESPY Awards (in person), 1999 Cosby (in person), 1997 NFL Blast (in person), 1996 All Pro Sports: Jerry Rice (in person), 1995 Super Bowl XXIX (in person), 1995 1994 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1994-2002 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (in person), 1994 1993 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1993 1992 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1991 Necessary Roughness (Performer), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 Night of 100 Stars III (in person), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 The 3rd Annual Soul Train Music Awards (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1987-2004 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1985-2004 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1985 1985 NFL Draft (in person), 1967 NFL Films Presents (Other)


ROGER T. CRAIG
Born: July 10, 1960 in Davenport, Iowa

Film Credits
2007 ESPN 25: Who's #1 (in person), 2002 MC Hammer: 2 Legit - The Videos (Other), 1996 Dream for an Insomniac (Performer), 1991 Necessary Roughness (Performer), 1991 1st & Ten: The Championship (in person), 1991 1990 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (in person), 1990 Naked Obsession (Performer), 1990 1989 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII (in person), 1989 1988 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1987-1993 ESPN's Sunday Night Football (in person), 1985 Super Bowl XIX (in person), 1985 1984 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1983-1992 NFL Monday Night Football (in person), 1983 1983 NFL Draft (in person), 1983 1983 NFC Championship Game (in person), 1982 1982 Orange Bowl (in person)


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