By  on September 4, 2007

NEW YORK — After two years of petitioning, Coach Mike Nolan of the San Francisco 49ers will get to wear a suit during the 2007/2008 season’s eight home games—and he’ll be wearing Joseph Abboud.

After signing on to lead the team in 2005, Nolan asked the NFL if he could wear a suit during the games. That request was initially denied due to the league’s contract with Reebok, which stipulates that coaches wear the company’s team gear on the sidelines. But Reebok amended its policy last year, allowing Nolan to wear a company-issued suit to two games.

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