FILE - In this Aug. 8, 2015 file photo, former owner of the San Francisco 49ers Edward DeBartolo Jr. is interviewed in Canton, Ohio. DeBartolo played no favorites. When it came to the way he treated his employees, from the biggest stars on the field to the office workers way behind the scenes, his care was real. It still is. "Mr. D" always did business his way, and that meant never separating himself from anyone tasked with keeping his successful franchise running and winning each day, and on Saturday he could become a Hall of Famer at long last.
FILE - In this Aug. 8, 2015 file photo, former owner of the San Francisco 49ers Edward DeBartolo Jr. is interviewed in Canton, Ohio. DeBartolo played no favorites. When it came to the way he treated his employees, from the biggest stars on the field to the office workers way behind the scenes, his care was real. It still is. "Mr. D" always did business his way, and that meant never separating himself from anyone tasked with keeping his successful franchise running and winning each day, and on Saturday he could become a Hall of Famer at long last. Gene J. Puskar AP
FILE - In this Aug. 8, 2015 file photo, former owner of the San Francisco 49ers Edward DeBartolo Jr. is interviewed in Canton, Ohio. DeBartolo played no favorites. When it came to the way he treated his employees, from the biggest stars on the field to the office workers way behind the scenes, his care was real. It still is. "Mr. D" always did business his way, and that meant never separating himself from anyone tasked with keeping his successful franchise running and winning each day, and on Saturday he could become a Hall of Famer at long last. Gene J. Puskar AP

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