29 Facts About Dwight Edward Clark

1. In retirement, Dwight Edward Clark expressed remorse about the end of Candlestick Park, saying that "It was a dump [but] it was our dump, so we could talk bad about it, but we didn't want anybody else to talk bad about it.

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2. In retirement, Dwight Edward Clark expressed remorse about the end of Candlestick Park, saying that "It was a dump [but] it was our dump, so we could talk bad about it, but we didn't want anybody else to talk bad about it.

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3. In retirement, Dwight Edward Clark expressed remorse about the end of Candlestick Park, saying that "It was a dump [but] it was our dump, so we could talk bad about it, but we didn't want anybody else to talk bad about it.

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4. Dwight Edward Clark had three children; a daughter from his wife Kelly, and two sons Riley and Mac, from his previous wife.

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5. Dwight Edward Clark was a happily married man who lived his blissful married life with his beloved wife and children.

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6. Dwight Edward Clark played college football at Clemson University before being drafted by the 49ers in the 10th round of the 1979 NFL Draft.

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7. Dwight Edward Clark is a former American football wide receiver and executive.

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8. Dwight Edward Clark wrote two volumes of memoirs: Calculated Risk, a full and sprightly account of his World War II career, and From the Danube to the Yalu (1954), in which he describes his dealings with the Communists from 1946 to 1953.

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9. Dwight Edward Clark left the Army in 1954 to become president of the Citadel Military College of South Carolina, a position he held until his retirement in 1966.

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10. Dwight Edward Clark was unhappy with the outcome of the Korean War.

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11. In 1947 Dwight Edward Clark served as deputy secretary of state, meeting with the Council of Foreign Ministers to negotiate a peace treaty for Austria.

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12. In retirement, Dwight Edward Clark expressed remorse about the end of Candlestick Park, saying that "It was a dump [but] it was our dump, so we could talk bad about it, but we didn't want anybody else to talk bad about it.

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13. In retirement, Dwight Edward Clark expressed remorse about the end of Candlestick Park, saying that "It was a dump [but] it was our dump, so we could talk bad about it, but we didn't want anybody else to talk bad about it.

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14. Dwight Edward Clark is survived by his wife, Kelly, and three children, daughter Casey, and sons Riley and Mac, from a previous marriage.

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15. Dwight Edward Clark ended up having to sell his five Super Bowl rings just to get by, and yet was still up to his nose in debt.

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16. Dwight Edward Clark had three children with Stone: a daughter, Casey, and two sons, Riley and Mac.

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17. Dwight Edward Clark met Stone during the summer of 1982 in Myrtle Beach.

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18. In retirement, Dwight Edward Clark expressed remorse about the end of Candlestick Park, saying that "It was a dump [but] it was our dump, so we could talk bad about it, but we didn't want anybody else to talk bad about it.

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19. Dwight Edward Clark was the lead role in the 1993 direct-to-video comedy Kindergarten Ninja.

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20. Dwight Edward Clark was Executive Vice President and Director of Football Operations from On May 14, 2002, he resigned from his position with the Browns after new head coach Butch Davis requested the right to make personnel decisions.

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21. Dwight Edward Clark was a member of two Super Bowl-winning teams.

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22. Dwight Edward Clark led the NFL in receptions during the strike-shortened 1982 season and made the Pro Bowl twice, in 1981 and 1982.

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23. Dwight Edward Clark tallied 506 catches for 6,750 yards and 48 touchdowns, along with 50 rushing yards in his nine NFL seasons with the 49ers.

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24. Dwight Edward Clark was third on the team with 17 receptions for 265 yards and one touchdown.

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25. Dwight Edward Clark was unhappy and considered transferring to play basketball at Appalachian State University, until he was finally allowed to play offense.

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26. Dwight Edward Clark served as the general manager of the 49ers from 1995 to 1998 and in the same capacity with the Cleveland Browns from 1999 to 2001.

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27. Dwight Edward Clark played college football at Clemson University and was selected by the 49ers in the tenth round of the 1979 NFL Draft.

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28. Dwight Edward Clark caught the winning touchdown pass thrown by quarterback Joe Montana in the NFC Championship Game in January 1982 against the Dallas Cowboys.

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29. Dwight Edward Clark played nine seasons for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League from 1979 which included San Francisco's first two Super Bowl championship teams.

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