Mike Nolan fashion update

Sep 21, 2006 at 5:19 PM--


According to Mike Nolan, there is still hope that Reebok may be able to provide the coach a suit to wear on the sidelines during San Francisco 49ers games. It may even happen in time for this season. When asked about the issue, Nolan said, "It's not dead yet...There's the possibility for this year."





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