It was impeccably dangerous due to the helmets inability to work up to proper standards that at which they needed to meet. Also, for other links that pertain to this question...http://alliance.ed.uiuc.edu/cdrom/hononegah/sports_folder/changes.htm http://dm12700.wordpress.com/football-in-the-1920s/(To improve the former answer, that was previously given.)
Mah Jong, crossword puzzles, football, etc. were popular games in the 1920s.
Hundreds, as college football started in the 1870s, and the NFL started in the 1920s.
boxing, baseball, football, dodgeball, basketball,
Doing the harlem shake on the feild
The National Football League (NFL) was created.
Dangerous equipment and not that much padding
Shoulder pads of the 1920s were made of leather and were somewhat heavier than the shoulder pads worn today.
Some sports that were played in the 1920s include golf, football, baseball, and boxing. Other sports were hockey, tennis, rugby, and cricket.
Cricket, football and baseball mainly
Red Grange, Jim Thorpe, George Halas.
They wore leather caps, less number of pads, and were overall smaller compared to today's athletes.
Touch football (rugby league) was played informally in Australia from the early 1920s. It was first created as a formal sport in 1968 when Bob Dyke and Ray Vawdon founded the South Sydney Touch Football Club.
baseball, tennis, golf, swimming, football and boxing. was all the sports we got in the 1920's
During the 1920s professional football players were paid between $100 and $300 per game. Their salary all depended on position on the team.
Yes the old newport county got relegated from the football league in 1987/88 season after being there for all but one season since the early 1920s.
3 ... John Wallace was head football coach at Rutgers University between 1924-1926 and compiled a 12-14-1 overall record.
Fritz Pollard was the first African-American coach in the National Football League. He coached the Chicago Black Hawks in the 1920s.
Football wasn't very popular yet and it was considered a dangerous sport. It wasn't until the 1950 that padding became better.
rose from about one-third in the early 1920s to almost two-thirds by the late 1920s.