Legendary San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark famously wore a coyote fur coat during the team's first Super Bowl victory parade. Since then, the whereabouts of that fur coat was unknown — until Tuesday night. Another legendary 49ers receiver, Jerry Rice, went on stage at a private event held to honor the late Clark and he did so wearing the famous fur coat.

NBC Sports Bay Area posted the following video from the event.


That fur coat will be put on display in the 49ers Museum at Levi's Stadium.

Dwight's brother, Jeff, had the coat at his home in North Carolina. Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area shared on his podcast that Jeff brought it with him for Dwight's memorial service last week.

"It will remain in the museum," 49ers president Al Guido told Maiocco. "That was Dwight's wish."