Founding Name

The Chicago Bears were known as the "Decatur Staleys" when they were founded in 1920, then moved to Chicago in 1921.

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Legendary Founder

It was co-founded by George Halas, affectionately known as "Papa Bear", who played a key role in establishing the NFL.

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Super Bowl Shuffle

During  victorious 1985 Super Bowl season, the Bears released chart-topping rap song "The Super Bowl Shuffle" featuring players' rap skills, which became a hit.

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Walter Payton's Record

Walter Payton, an American football icon, holds the record for most career rushing yards in Bears history, an impressive 16,726 yards.

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Iconic "C" Logo

The Bears' timeless "C" logo, introduced in 1962, has come to symbolize their strong connection to the city of Chicago.

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Historic Win

In 1940, the Bears posted a remarkable 73-0 victory over the Washington Redskins, considered the largest in NFL history.

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Mike Ditka's Legacy

Hall of Famer Mike Ditka coached the Bears from 1982 to 1992 and led the team to a Super Bowl victory in 1985.

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Soldier Field

The Bears' home stadium, Soldier Field, has undergone significant changes over the years to become a modern venue.

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Devin Hester's return

Devin Hester's 108-yard touchdown return in Super Bowl XLI set the record for the fastest touchdown in Super Bowl history.

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Monsters of the Midway

The Bears' defense earned the moniker "Monsters of the Midway" for their intimidating and relentless style of play.

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