The 1920 Decatur Staleys team photo.
<b>Paddy Driscoll</b> - Class of 1965<p>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).
<b>Red Grange</b>- Class of 1963<p>Turned pro in 1925 and produced the first huge crowds to the pro game. Grange played for the Bears in 1925, 1929-34.
<b>George Halas</b> - Class of 1963<p>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.
<b>Ed Healey,</b> - Class of 1964 - An all-league tackle, Healey joined the Bears in 1922 after three seasons with the Rock Island Independents. A rugged two-way player, he starred for the Bears through 1927.
<b>Link Lyman</b> - Class of 1964<p>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.
<b>George Trafton</b> - Class of 1964<p>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.