Nolan Reportedly Gets League Approval to Wear Suit on Sideline
The NFL reportedly has agreed to allow San Francisco 49ers Coach Mike Nolan to wear a suit on the sideline during a game, perhaps this weekend.
Nolan made the request in the past in part as a tribute to his father Dick Nolan, who formerly coached the 49ers. The league previously denied Mike Nolan's request because of a rule requiring coaches to wear apparel from NFL-licensed suppliers on the sideline, but reportedly has relented to allow Nolan to dress as he's requested in a limited number of games.
By Mark Maske |
November 15, 2006; 9:22 PM ET
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