Another former legendary 49ers quarterback came back to the team Wednesday to relive some of his glory days.
The young York has tried hard to reconnect the current 49ers with the glory years that were overseen by his uncle, Eddie DeBartolo.
As the team has gotten further and further from its innovative offensive ways, it has also seemed to distance itself from some of its greats.
But things were different Wednesday as Montana was officially inducted into the 49ers' Hall of Fame.
“I think it’s a tremendous honor because this is what I consider home," Montana said Wednesday, according to 49ers.com. "So to be in the 49ers Hall of Fame, it’s really special. As a player, you don’t think about all these types of things, but as your hair turns grey a little bit, you start thinking about it more.
Former players, such as Young and Ronnie Lott, have publicly spoken in recent years about the lack of connection former players feel with the current management of the team.