Joe Montana has a career passer rating of 127.8 in his four Super Bowl appearances. His Super Bowl stats: 83 completions on 122 attempted pass for 1,142 yards and 11 touchdowns. In playing and winning four Super Bowl championships, Montana never once threw an interception.
In 1994, Dexter Carter set an NFL record by becoming the only ever player to record at least one touch and one all purpose yard in 17 regular season games and did this by playing for the New York Jets before their bye week and being signed by the 49ers after their bye week.
I do not know if it's factual, but I hear that Jerry was coaxed into playing football by his high school principal. Story goes Jerry was cuttin class and bolted upon being spotted. Amazed by his speed his principal cut a deal by omitting any punishment in exchange that Jerry tried out for the team. Once again, I have no proof of this and I apoligize...I just vividly remember reading it from a Troy Aikman/Jerry Rice "get to know the stars" book in elementary school. Thought it was interesting.
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