A look at the 49ers helmet ‘BW’ sticker and Walsh memorial

Aug 2, 2007 at 1:06 PM--


Below is a photo from the San Francisco 49ers showing what the "BW" sticker honoring legendary 49ers coach Bill Walsh will look like. Also included are some pictures of the growing memorial outside the team's headquarters.












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