San Francisco 49ers receiver Dwight Clark hauls in a 6-yard touchdown pass from Joe Montana with 51 seconds left in the 1982 NFC Championship Game against the Dallas Cowboys. Immortalized in sports lore as 'The Catch,' Clark's reception capped an 87-yard drive that propelled the 49ers into the Super Bowl. Clark, 61, died Monday from complications of ALS.
San Francisco 49ers receiver Dwight Clark hauls in a 6-yard touchdown pass from Joe Montana with 51 seconds left in the 1982 NFC Championship Game against the Dallas Cowboys. Immortalized in sports lore as 'The Catch,' Clark's reception capped an 87-yard drive that propelled the 49ers into the Super Bowl. Clark, 61, died Monday from complications of ALS. Phil Huber
San Francisco 49ers receiver Dwight Clark hauls in a 6-yard touchdown pass from Joe Montana with 51 seconds left in the 1982 NFC Championship Game against the Dallas Cowboys. Immortalized in sports lore as 'The Catch,' Clark's reception capped an 87-yard drive that propelled the 49ers into the Super Bowl. Clark, 61, died Monday from complications of ALS. Phil Huber

One of Charlotte's greatest pro athletes has died. His signature play will live forever.

June 04, 2018 09:22 PM