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"DeBartolo’s biggest joy was being on the field and high-fiving someone after a great play, then palming them a $100 bill after the game for “coffee.” Somewhere along the line, the lawyer representing Dean mentioned my name, and the next thing I knew, DeBartolo and team President Carmen Policy were on the phone: “We need you to talk Dean into signing.” Soon, I’m in a motel room with Dean and his lawyer while DeBartolo and Policy are at the stadium in Cleveland watching the Niners play the Browns. Once that was done, it was practically a foregone conclusion that the Niners would be on their way to Super Bowl title No. 2. Yes, Eddie broke some rules about spending too much money. [...] yes, breaking rules eventually caught up with DeBartolo when he handed then-Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards a suitcase full of cash for a casino license. [...] in his own quiet way, he made a comeback. [...] he called at the last minute to say his wife, Dianne", www.sfchronicle.com
"CANTON He’s rich enough to have Huey Lewis & the News and Boyz II Men sing at his enshrinement party. He’s confident enough to call Jerry Rice “Fifi” and joke about how he used to change his uniform two or three times a game “because he hated to be wet.” He’s secure enough to begin his enshrinement speech by joking, “I’m so short, I had to get on a box.”But before Eddie DeBartolo Jr. became a billionaire, before he", www.cantonrep.com
"The Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony is all about the stories, and former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo spilled a few family secrets — including one that Jerry Rice likely wishes he hadn’t. DeBartolo called Rice “our hero, on and off the dance floor” and mentioned the incredible", sports.yahoo.com
"Former 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr. named Hall of Fame players and coaches during his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech Saturday and discussed the part each of them played during the team's nearly unparalleled success during DeBartolo's tenure. He named his own family members, too.", profootballtalk.nbcsports.com
"KNBR Conversation with 49ers Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott An edited transcript of an interview with former 49er and Raider — and Hall of Famer — Ronnie Lott: What he wanted out of life was to fight for the opportunity to be one of the best. [...] the reason was he just wanted to help people. Hall of Famers always find a way to enhance others, enhance other people. Yeah, there are so many examples whether it’s the late, great Dave Rahn (former 49ers media relations director who died in 2014) or... Oh, man, now you got me tearing up when you mention Dave. ... Every day you would just sit there and talk to Dave and you would see him and you would hear him and — you want to talk about fighting? Eddie is a great guy, and thank God I got to play with the Niners and play with those teammates I had and learn from everybody.", www.sfgate.com
"[...] after Saturday, former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr., former Raiders’ quarterback Ken Stabler and San Francisco native Dick Stanfel will share the same moniker: DeBartolo, a 69-year-old native of Ohio whose family made its fortune developing shopping malls, owned the 49ers for 23 years, during which time the team won won five Super Bowls and established a standard of excellence rarely matched in the history of the league. Stabler, born in the small Alabama town of Foley, played 10 of his 15 seasons with the Raiders. Stanfel was born in San Francisco and attended USF before earning five First Team All-Pro honors in a seven-year playing career as a defensive lineman with Detroit and Washington.", www.sfchronicle.com
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