Joe Montana

Candlestick Park Stadium, San Francisco

Check Out Our Top 10 Candlestick Park Memories & Share Yours

In 2014, the 49ers will kickoff at their new stadium in Santa Clara, which means this is the team’s final season at Candlestick Park. Sadly, ‘The ‘Stick’ will be demolished after the 49ers depart. Join us for a look back with our list of the Top 10 Candlestick Memories.

CBS San Francisco–08/08/2013

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jerry Rice (left) and quarterback Joe Montana look on during a game against the Washington Redskins at RFK Stadium in Washington, D. C. The 49ers won the game, 26-13. (Mike Powell /Allsport)

Daily Madden: Who’s On The 49ers’ Mt. Rushmore?

“It’s easy to say would you put Steve Young in there,” John said. But the picks are limited to four, and adding one means removing another. “I’d put Steve Young in there. I may put guys like Hugh McElhenney in there. I may put a guy like Joe Perry in there. I may put a guy like John Henry Johnson from that million dollar backfield (in there). I may throw a Y.A. Tittle in there. Those were guys that were really a big part of the 49ers also, although in a different era. They’re all in the Hall of Fame too.”

CONNECT WITH KCBS–06/28/2013

Nate Montana seen during his time at Notre Dame to the University.  (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

49ers Invite Joe Montana’s QB Son To Rookie Minicamp

Nate Montana, son of 49ers legend Joe Montana, has been invited to the 49ers minicamp May 10-12 as an unsigned free agent.

04/29/2013

Chip Kelly talks to the media after being introduced as the new head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. (Rich Schultz/Getty Images)

Daily Madden: Chip Kelly Brings New Pace To NFL

Coach Chip Kelly’s high-speed, no huddle offense is on display at the Philadelphia Eagles mini camp this month.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–04/18/2013

Nate Montana #16 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish throws a pass against the Michigan Wolverines at Notre Dame Stadium on September 11, 2010 in South Bend, Indiana. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Joe Montana’s Son To Work Out For 49ers

A person with knowledge of the workout said the son of Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana is set to participate in the San Francisco 49ers’ local pro day Wednesday.

04/16/2013

Joe Montana.

Montana Among Inductees To California Hall Of Fame

Celebrities, activists, designers, scientists and an athlete made up the seventh class inducted into the California Hall of Fame at the California Museum in downtown Sacramento Wednesday.

03/21/2013

Joe Montana. (Andy Kropa/Getty Images)

49ers Legend Joe Montana Predicts ‘Quest For 6′ Success

Four-time Super Bowl quarterback Joe Montana has a strong feeling about the San Francisco 49ers ‘Quest For Six.’ “I think it’s gonna happen,” the 49ers legend predicted to CBS 5.

01/31/2013

28 Jan 1990: San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana (right) and wide receiver Jerry Rice celebrate during Super Bowl XXIV against the Denver Broncos at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 49ers won the game, 55-10. Mandatory Credit: Rick S

Pressure On 49ers To Keep Winning Streak Alive

One of the many things that put the San Francisco 49ers square in the middle of any conversation about the greatest football franchise ever is the fact that they have never lost in a Super Bowl. With five appearances in the Big Dance, they have secured five championship rings, and this year’s team will look to add a 6th. This time around, they have a very talented Raven’s team and some extra pressure standing in the way.

01/24/2013

Joe Montana.

49ers Legend Joe Montana Predicts Harbaugh, Kaepernick Lead Team To Super Bowl

Four-time Super Bowl Quarterback Joe Montana delivered some news to Atlanta that they didn’t want to hear. The San Francisco 49ers legend, in an interview on CBS Radio’s 92.9 The Game in Atlanta about the upcoming NFC Championship Game, predicted that the 49ers will go all the way to the Super Bowl.

01/17/2013

Tom Brady, Eli Manning

Daily Madden: Are Drop-Back QBs Headed For Extinction?

Chip Kelly’s announcement that he’s leaving Oregon for the Philadelphia Eagles is another sign of big changes in NFL offenses. But John Madden said it’s too early to say the read-option executed by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and others will fundamentally alter the NFL.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–01/17/2013

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