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The Chicago Bears are in the North Division of the National Football Conference of the National Football League. Other members of the NFC North are the Green Bay Packers, the Detroit Lions and the Minnesota Vikings. The NFC North is one of four divisions in the NFC. The others are:
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Chicago Bears History
Tickets for Chicago Bears football games are the Holy Grail for Chicago sports fans. Tales of court cases over who inherits the season tickets or gets them in a divorce are legendary. Historic Soldier Field, located just south of the Loop on Lakeshore Drive, has been the Bears’ home since 1971, when the NFL outgrew Wrigley Field, where the Bears played for 50 years.
The Bears began life as the Decatur Staleys, one of 13 original members of the precursor to the NFL, the American Professional Football Association. According to the official Chicago Bears website, the APFA was founded in 1920, “at a meeting held in Ralph Hay's Hupmobile showroom in Canton, Ohio.” The Staleys were represented at the meeting by their head coach, the legendary George Halas. The following year Mr. Halas purchased the team for $5,000 from owner A.E. Staley and in 1922 they were renamed The Chicago Bears.
NFL Champions: 1921, 1932, 1933, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1963
NFC Champions: 1985, 2007,
Super Bowl Champions: 1986
Trivia: The Bears are one of only two teams remaining from the founding 13 members of the American Professional Football Association. The other team is the Arizona Cardinals (originally the Chicago Cardinals, later the St. Louis Cardinals).
Home Stadium: Soldier Field
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2008 Chicago Bears Roster
Head Coach and Coordinators
Lovie Smith, Head Coach; Bob Babich, Defensive Coordinator; Ron Turner, Offensive Coordinator; Dave Toub, Special Teams Coordinator; Rusty Jones, Strength and Conditioning Coordinator.
Pep Hamilton, Quarterbacks; Rob Boras, Tight Ends; Darryl Drake, Wide Receivers; Tim Spencer, Running Backs; Harry Hiestand, Offensive Line; Brick Haley, Defensive Line; Steve Wilks, Defensive Backs; Lee Lloyd, Linebackers.
Luke Butkus, Offensive Line Assistant; Charles London, Offensive Assistant; Gill Byrd, Assistant Defensive Backs/Safeties; Jim Arthur, Strength & Conditioning Assistant; Eric Washington, Defensive Assistant; Chris Tabor, Assistant Special Teams.
C: Olin Kreutz; G: Dan Buenning, Josh Beekman, Roberto Garz; CB: Corey Graham, Marcus Hamilton, Trumaine McBride, Charles Tillman, Nathan Vasher; DE: Adewale Ogunleye, Alex Brown, Ervin Baldwin,Mark Anderson; DT: Anthony Adams, Israel Idonije, Marcus Harrison, Tommie Harris, Matt Toeaina; FB: Jason McKie; FS: Daniel Manning; K: Robbie Gould; LB: Darrell McClover, Hunter Hillenmeyer, Joey LaRocque, Lance Briggs, Nick Roach, Brian Urlacher, Jamar Williams; LS: Patrick Mannelly; NT: Dusty Dvoracek; P: Brad Maynard; PR/KR/WR: Devin Hester; QB: Kyle Orton, Rex Grossman Caleb Hanie; RB: Adrian Peterson, Kevin Jones, Matt Forte, Garrett Wolfe; S: Craig Steltz, Kevin Payne, Mike Brown; T: Fred Miller, John St. Clair, Chris Williams, John Tait; TE: Desmond Clark, Greg Olsen, Kellen Davis; WR: Brandon Lloyd, Earl Bennett, Marty Booker, Rashied Davis
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