Jimmy Johnson (49ers)

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Jimmy Johnson

San Francisco 49ers 1961-76
Pro Football Hall of Fame - Class of 1994
#37 Retired by the 49ers
49ers #1 Draft Pick 1961
Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame
49ers Hall of Fame
Held the record for most games played by a 49er - 212 games
Two Time "Len Eshmont Award" as 49ers most inspirational player, 1965 and 1975
UCLA Hall of Fame
Selected to the Pac 12 All Century Team (50 best players in 100 years)
 1960 THE NCAA High Hurdle Champion for 110 Meters
 5 time Pro Bowl Selection
8 time All Pro Selection
NFL 1970's All Decade Team
Jimmy Johnson has extremely impressive credentials created by his outstanding achievements at the 49ers and at UCLA. Off the filed Jimmy is a true gentleman with a lot of class. At this time in life Jimmy Johnson has chosen to not have appearances outside Northern California, but if you are looking for one of the greatest football players to ever play the game Jimmy should be your choice. Imaging having Jimmy Johnson wearing his yellow Hall of Fame jacket at your location to watch a 49ers game, for celebrating that special birthday party for your family member or mingling with your guests at your corporate event. Fees for Jimmy Johnson appearances range between $1500 and $3500.


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Super Bowl Champions

1981 (VXI) MVP = Joe Montana, 1984 (XIX) MVP = Joe Montana, 1988 (XXIII) MVP = Jerry Rice, 1989 (XXIV) MVP = Joe Montana, 1994 (XXIX) MVP = Steve Young

NFC Conference Championships

1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994, 2012

Pro Football Hall of Fame Members (Year of Induction)

Bill Walsh (1993), Steve Young (2005), YA Tittle (1971), Joe Montana (2000), Jimmy Johnson (1994), Dave Wilcox (2000), Bob St Clair (2008), Jerry Rice (2010), Deion Sanders (2011), Bob Hayes (2009), Rod Woodson (2009), OJ Simpson (1985), Joe Perry (1969), John Henry Johnson (1987), Hugh McElhenny (1970), Ronnie Lott (2000), Chris Doleman (2012), Ricky Jackson (2010), Larry Allen (2013), Leo Nomellini (1969), Fred Dean (2008), Richard Dent (2011), Charles Haley (2015), Eddie DeBartolo (2016)

Retired Numbers

Dwight Clark 87, Jimmy Johnson 37, Bob St Clair 79, Steve Young 8, John Brodie 12, Joe Montana 16, Joe Perry 34, Hugh McElhenny 39, Ronnie Lott 42, Charlie Kruger 70, Leo Nomellini 73, Jerry Rice 80,

Athletes represented by, or have been represented by National Sports Distributors

John Brodie, Russ Francis, Dwight Clark, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Bob St Clair, Jimmy Johnson, Dave Wilcox, Roger Craig, Brent Jones, John Taylor, Hugh McElhenny, Tom Rathman, Keena Turner, Gene Washington. Call 707-285-2900 with your request.