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A QB with the Staleys in 1920, Driscoll played for the Cardinals for six seasons before returning to the Bears where he finished his career (1926-29).
Turned pro in 1925 and produced the first huge crowds to the pro game. Grange played for the Bears in 1925, 1929-34.
He did it all for the Bears - player, coach, and owner of the franchise. He was associated with the team from its beginning in 1920 through his death in 1983.
Very agile and big for his day, he starred for the Bears from 1926-28, 1930-31, and 1933-34. He also spent time with the Canton Bulldogs, Cleveland Bulldogs, and Frankford Yellowjackets.
The first center in Bears history, he was the first center ever to snap with one hand and was named the top center of the 1920s.