Joe Montana will undergo surgery on his broken right hand later this week and will not play in the NFL's Pro Bowl game on Feb. 3 in Honolulu, the San Francisco 49ers announced Monday.

The quarterback will have two screws placed in the fifth metacarpal bone, above the little finger, in his passing hand. He was injured in the fourth quarter on the 49ers' 15-13 loss to the New York Giants in the NFC Championship game Sunday.The 49ers refused to be more specific about the day surgery is planned, and team doctors had no prognosis for how long it will take for the hand to heal.