The Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2016 was trimmed down to 25 on Tuesday night. Two former San Francisco 49ers made the list.
On September 29 at 5:30 p.m. TT, the world-premiere of NFL Film’s “NFL Films Presents” featuring Takeo Spikes will air on Fox Sports 1.
Haley, in front of more than 20,000 fans in Canton, officially entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame expressing gratitude to all who touched his life.
When reflecting on his illustrious NFL career, the Hall of Fame pass-rusher is adamant that he never felt overwhelmed on the football field.
Haley's infectiously cheerful personality has rubbed off on all those around him in the buildup to the weekend's marquee event.
In four seasons with San Francisco, Crow registered 370 carries for 1,474 yards and five touchdowns while adding 120 receptions for 1,738 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Charles Haley will be enshrined in not one but two Hall of Fames in 2015. Yes, you read that correctly. The prolific defensive end will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the 49ers Hall of Fame.
Haley will be recognized for his outstanding achievements and contributions to the 49ers organization during halftime of the 49ers season-opener on ESPN’s "Monday Night Football."
A visual breakdown of the 2015 Edward J. DeBartolo Sr. San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame inductee and his career with the organization.
Bob St. Clair, passed away Monday at the age of 84. A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1990) and the Edward J. DeBartolo Sr. 49ers Hall of Fame (2009), St. Clair spent his entire 12-year career with the 49ers.
Smith, who played a total of 10 years – eight with the San Francisco 49ers and two with the Dallas Cowboys, began his NFL career as a 24-year old rookie and U.S. military veteran with two children.
A safety who played for the San Francisco 49ers from 1972-79, has passed away at the age of 64. McGill was San Francisco’s second-round pick in the 1972 NFL Draft.
Jim Tomsula became the team's 19th coach in its history four years after he served as the organization's 17th coach for one game on an interim basis.