Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana walks with wife Jennifer after attending a memorial service for former 49ers teammate Dwight Clark at Grace Cathedral on Wednesday in San Francisco. Clark, who died of ALS on June 4, is known for making “The Catch” from Montana that sent the 49ers to Super Bowl XVI in 1982.
Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana walks with wife Jennifer after attending a memorial service for former 49ers teammate Dwight Clark at Grace Cathedral on Wednesday in San Francisco. Clark, who died of ALS on June 4, is known for making “The Catch” from Montana that sent the 49ers to Super Bowl XVI in 1982. Eric Risberg The Associated Press
Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana walks with wife Jennifer after attending a memorial service for former 49ers teammate Dwight Clark at Grace Cathedral on Wednesday in San Francisco. Clark, who died of ALS on June 4, is known for making “The Catch” from Montana that sent the 49ers to Super Bowl XVI in 1982. Eric Risberg The Associated Press

‘I will catch you on the other side’: Ex-49ers and family pay tribute to Dwight Clark

August 01, 2018 05:31 PM