The 50 Greatest Bears

(eBook edition)

The Bears maintain an unmatched legacy of players who have made a profound and unique impact on the league. George Halas was a founding father whose innovations pointed the rest of the league in the right direction. Red Grange legitimized and popularized the NFL, and Sid Luckman ushered in the modern passing era... See more details below.

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Overview

The Bears maintain an unmatched legacy of players who have made a profound and unique impact on the league. George Halas was a founding father whose innovations pointed the rest of the league in the right direction. Red Grange legitimized and popularized the NFL, and Sid Luckman ushered in the modern passing era. Dick Butkus is the standard by which all middle linebackers are measured. And then there was Walter Payton, who was always good even when the team was bad. We've compiled our list of the 50 greatest Bears, plus stories about those great players from our archives.

Product Details

Publisher: Chicago Sun-Times
Publication date: 8/26/2013
Format: eBook
File size: 4.7 MB