Inductees in the Pro Football Hall of Fame include Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott and Charles Haley. Montana and Lott were inducted in 2000, while Haley was inducted in 2015.
Born on June 11, 1956, Joe Montana played quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers from 1979 to 1992, then retired after playing for the Kansas City Chiefs for 1993 and 1994. He is a four-time Super Bowl champion, a three-time Super Bowl MVP and a two-time NFL MVP. He earned the nickname, "Joe Cool," for his ability to stay calm under pressure, which he showed in leading his teams to 31 fourth-quarter comebacks.
Ronnie Lott was born on May 8, 1959, and over his professional career he played cornerback, free safety and strong safety. He spent over half his career with the San Francisco 49ers, but also played for the Los Angeles Raiders, the New York Jets and the Kansas City Chiefs. He is a four-time Super Bowl champion. Lott was known for his tackling ability.
Born on Jan. 6, 1964, Charles Haley played defensive end and linebacker. He played for the San Francisco 49ers from 1986 to 1991, then played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1992 to 1996. He came back in 1998 to play for the 49ers in the playoffs, then played for the team in 1999 before retiring. Haley was known for his pass rushing abilities. He is a five-time Super Bowl champion.