Hall of Famer Montana headlines 'Super Bowl 50 Golden Team'
Legendary quarterback Joe Montana, who guided the San Francisco 49ers to four world championships, headlined the “Super Bowl 50 Golden Team.”
Montana, who was a perfect 4-0 in Super Bowls, was among five former 49ers standouts to be named to the team, as named by the Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Selectors on Thursday in recognition of this year's 50th Super Bowl.
A three-time Super Bowl MVP, Montana is one of three quarterbacks (Terry Bradshaw, Tom Brady) to win four Super Bowl titles. He was joined on the teamn by four Hall of Famers who played for San Francisco: wide receiver Jerry Rice, defensive back Ronnie Lott, cornerback Deion Sanders and defensive end Charles Haley.
The Pittsburgh Steelers led the team with eight players selected, including Bradshaw - the only quarterback beside Montana to post a 4-0 mark in the Super Bow. Chuck Noll, who led the Steelers to four titles in six seasons, was selected as the team's coach.