Chicago Bears Football Quarterback
quar·ter·back [kwawr-ter-bak] - to lead or direct
The Chicago Bears were founded in Decatur, Illinois in 1919 and moved to Chicago in 1921. Along with the Cardinals, the Chicago Bears are one of two original charter members of the NFL. In 1922, George Halas purchased the Chicago Staleys from the A.E. Staley Company for $100 and renamed the club the Chicago Bears. The Chicago Bears have remained under the control of the Halas family ever since. Soldier Field became the home of the Chicago Bears in 1971. Soldier Field currently seats 61,500. The Chicago Bears are a charter member of the National Football Conference of the National Football League and compete in the NFC North Division.