The Hall of Famer is one of the few people who can relate to Pierre-Paul’s situation.
Entertainment heavyweights and sports icons are banding together for “No Guns Allowed,” a non-partisan anti-gun violence campaign and partnership between Snoop Dogg and the League of Young Voters.
Concussions in sports were addressed at a conference at Santa Clara University on Thursday, with San Francisco 49ers legend Ronnie Lott as one of the main speakers.
“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.”
Some of the greatest legends of the old football era – Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, Dwight Clark, and Roger Craig – came together to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 49ers’ biggest play: ‘The Catch.’
The Niners have re-emerged as the football authority Bay Area natives remember well, and are already flying high in the playoffs—it’s time to stand up, cheer loud, and have a few cold beverages while screaming for our crimson and gold NFC West Champs.
A YouTube video in support San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s re-election campaign was released Tuesday featuring local celebrities rapping to MC Hammer’s classic, “2 Legit 2 Quit.”