Montana, like Rice, will be also synced with the 49ers' Super Bowl dynasty forever. He spent 13 years in San Francisco and was a big part in taking the 49ers to becoming a dynasty.
However, towards the late eighties and the early to mid nineties, Montana's body wore down and was more prone to injuries. In fact, he missed the 1991 season and also missed the 1992 season.
The 49ers traded Montana to the Chiefs, where he enjoyed a reasonable amount of success there. He started 11 games there in 1993 and led the Chiefs to an 13-3 record. He led them to come-from-behind playoff wins, but lost to the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship Game. He did well in 1994, leading the Chiefs to a second straight playoff berth.
He shortly, thereafter, retired after the 1994 season. Montana will always be remembered with leading the 49ers to becoming a dynasty throughout the eighties.