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Joe Montana respectfully asked that the street name to be changed to "Montana-Clark Drive," to honor his ailing friend and teammate Dwight Clark. [Read More]
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  By Tim Dahlberg, AP Sports Columnist Everson Walls doesn't want to talk about The Catch, and not just because he wasn't the one catching the ball. "It's not fresh anymore," Walls said. "I can't make it any more than it was." He does want to talk about Dwight Clark, who leaped high over him that fateful day at Candlestick Park in a play that will live in NFL lore. And he does want to talk about a football culture that for far too long ignored the price he, Clark and other players paid on the field.PLEASE LOG IN... [Read More]
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In the mind's eye, Dwight Clark always will be 24 years old, loping across the back of the end zone in the final moments of the 1981 NFC championship game... [Read More]
In 1981, Dwight Clark gave the NFL one of its iconic moments with "The Catch," sending the 49ers into their first Super Bowl and marking the beginning of a golden era of professional football.Now the man who has been one of the ga... [Read More]
ALS in athletes Are head injuries to blame? National News When Dwight Clark revealed that he had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), he said he didn't know for sure if his eight years spent in the NFL influenced his chances of develop... [Read More]
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Former 49ers receiver Dwight Clark is best known for "The Catch," but Sunday night he sent shock waves throughout the NFL once more with an honest, hard-hitting Tweet: "I wanted to share some unfortunate news. I have ALS." [Read More]
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In Dwight Clark's stunning announcement that he had been diagnosed with ALS, the 49ers football legend raised the question that researchers are trying to answer as more and more retired players are discovering the debilitating effects of trauma... [Read More]
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There may not have been any NFL game in the 1980s more important than the 1982 NFC Championship Game. The game was a turning point in the fortunes of both the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers. [Read More]
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Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar chose to joke to ESPN radio in Cleveland about Dwight Clark's ALS diagnosis. [Read More]
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Former NFL quarterback Bernie Kosar wrote on Twitter that he meant "no disrespect" to Dwight Clark after making a comment on Cleveland radio about the ex-tight end's ALS diagnosis. [Read More]
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Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, who's been treated for post-concussion syndrome, made an insensitive joke on Cleveland radio Wednesday about Dwight... [Read More]
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Apparently Bernie Kosar thinks Dwight Clark's ALS diagnosis is worthy of a joke. The former Browns quarterback tried being sly when he told an insensitive joke on ESPN Radio in Cleveland, saying he suspected Clark, who announced earlier this week he has ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig's disease), had early signs of the disease when... [Read More]
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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Until Sunday night, 49ers legend Dwight Clark was known primarily for that 1982 catch that took San Fransisco to its first Super Bowl and launched an NFL dynasty. Sunday night however, Dwight Clark announced he has ALS, Lou Gehrig's disease. It has progressed to the point where he's not even physically able to button his shirt. Maureen Barber Hill, President and CEO of the St. Louis chapter of the ALS Association joins us on FOX 2 News in the... [Read More]
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Dwight Clark, hero of "The Catch" he made in the 1981 49ers-Cowboys NFC Championship game, recently announced that he has been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig's disease.  ALS is a motor neurone disease that causes the... [Read More]
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Dwight Clark, the legendary 49ers receiver who later served as general manager of the Browns, announced recently that he was diagnosed with ALS. Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar apparently thinks that's something to joke about. Kosar, who has a track record of making rambling and inappropriate statements on the radio, did so again on Wednesday,…... [Read More]
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When Dwight Clark revealed that he had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), he said he didn't know for sure if his eight years spent in the NFL influenced his chances of developing the neurological condition, but that he suspects it did. [Read More]
Super Bowl victories aside, Dwight Clark's end zone catch to win the... [Read More]
Super Bowl victories aside, Dwight Clark's end zone catch to win the... [Read More]
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Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar made a joke about former Browns executive Dwight Clark's recent diagnosis of ALS. [Read More]
Stopping by WKNR-AM, Kosar kidded that Clark's ALS might have started back when he was general manager of the Browns from 1999-2002. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, who's been treated for post-concussion syndrome, made an insensitive joke on Cleveland radio Wednesday about Dwight Clark's ALS diagnosis. Stopping by WKNR-AM in person and going on The Really Big Show with his good friend Tony Rizzo, Kosar kidded that Clark's ALS might have started back when he was general manager of the Browns from 1999-2002. "We had a bad weekend with... [Read More]
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