The statues were unveiled before the 49ers faced the Rams at Levi's.
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'The Catch' was the winning touchdown pass from Joe Montana to Dwight Clark in the 1981 NFC Championship Game between the Cowboys and Niners.
The 350-pound statues of Clark and Joe Montana were placed 23 yards apart - the distance covered on the famed winning play. The representation of Clark, with his hands outstretched, will extend 11 feet in the air.
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