Whether he's winning Super Bowls, doing commercials, interacting with fans, or being a dad, Joe Montana has carried a lot of personas in his day.
But the one side not often seen of the NFL legend, until now, is 'quarterback analyst Joe Montana.'
The 49ers great recently gave his two cents on what's important and what's not important as it pertains to quarterbacking in the National Football League.
"I think a lot of times, though, we've talked about this before - arm strength is one of those things, if you make it to the NFL, you've got enough arm strength," Montana said on the Dan Patrick Show on Thursday after reading part of his own pre-draft evaluation.
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"If you really think about it, how many balls are thrown over 45 yards?
"It's a lot about timing, reading, making the right reads, throwing the ball on time," Montana added. "Usually, you don't have to have a cannon."
With Peyton Manning potentially playing his final game Sunday in Super Bowl 50, and a 38-year-old Tom Brady and 37-year-old Drew Brees entering their final years, the league will be hungry for more quarterbacks.
Montana, a four-time Super Bowl champion, knows the traits he'd be looking for if he were in charge of selecting a quarterback for the future.