the numbers are of people who died in the off season im not sure about the 31 but the 91 on the patriots are because marquise hill of the patriots defensive line passed away over the summer in a jet skiing accident because he wasnt wearing a life jacket
The value depends on a certain number of things. First, it depends on if you have the complete set. If you do, you need to determine if it just a regular set or a factory set (they differ in value). Another contributing factor is what condition they are in. The most accurate reading as of now for a NM (Near-Mint) to M (Mint) set is around $200. The factory set is around $350. Hope this helps!
The vlue of a Dick Butkus RC is about $215 UNGRADED.If it was graded the value would be alot more.
40, answer C for your dunkin donuts question.
While 40 is correct - on my scratch off for dunkin donuts -- it was letter D! thanks but no thanks!
10-Corky Calhoun 16-Johnny Davis 44-Jacky Dorsey 23-T.R. Dunn 30-Bob Gross 14-Lionel Hollins 20-Maurice 36-Lloyd Neal 24-Willie Norwood 25-Tom Owens 54-Dale Schlueter 15-Larry Steele 13-Dave Twardzik 42-Wally Walker 32-Bill Walton
Virginia Halas McCaskey, daughter of the legendary Bears coach and owner George Halas, gained ownership of the team after the death of her father in 1983.
Some significant players who have worn number 87 for the Chicago Bears include All-Pro wide receiver Harlon Hill (1954-61), defensive end Ed O'Bradovich (1962-71), tight end Emery Moorehead (1982-88 -- he wore number 43 in 1981), wide receiver Tom Waddle (1989-94), wide receiver Ricky Proehl (1997) and wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad (2005-07). Tight end Kellen Davis (2008-11) is the most recent player to wear 87 for the Bears.
It depends how good he is. On an average about $86,000 - $129,000 bucks a year
Jeff fisher played for the Chicago bears
Jim Harbaugh Replaced former coach Mike Singletary who also was a former player of the Chicago Bears
Sean Payton (Sean played as QB scab during the '87 Strike For the Bears)
All had played for the Chicago Bears and all were during the Mike Ditka era.
This obviously depends on where in the Chicago-area you live and what time of day you are traveling, but a typical drive time is about 3.5 to 4 hours on the weekend for games.
That was running back/kick returner Eddie Macon, a 2nd round draft choice of the Bears in 1952 from the University of Pacific. Macon played two seasons with the Bears, 1952 and 1953.
Daniel Manning who plays Free Saftey
Twice: After the 1990 season and after the 2006 season.
Robbie Gould is number 9 on the Chicago Bears.
There are several team doctors and trainers for the Chicago Bears. I know one of the team doctors and he is a spinal surgeon, and he is always on the sideline at the Bears home games in case of a head neck or back injury.
William Perry (born December 16, 1962 in Aiken, South Carolina) is a former professional American football player and brother of former professional football player Michael Dean Perry. He is best known for his years as a defensive lineman for the Chicago Bears. In reference to his large size, he was popularly known as "The Refrigerator" or, abbreviated, "The Fridge". After a successful career at Aiken High School (South Carolina), Perry played college football at Clemson University. In 1985, he was selected in the first round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears. Nicknamed "The Refrigerator" for his gargantuan, square-like frame, Perry was 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) and weighed 382 lbs (173.4 kg). at his peak weight. While he was not a superstar on paper (only 29.5 sacks through his entire career), he quickly became a favorite of the Chicago Bears fans. Perry became famous for his prowess as a defensive lineman. In addition, Perry was used as a fullback when his team was near the opponents' goal line, either as a ball carrier or a lead blocker for running back Walter Payton. During his rookie season, Perry rushed for 2 touchdowns and caught a pass for one. Perry was once used in a surprise play during a Pro Bowl game as an offensive lineman. Perry even had the opportunity to run the ball during Super Bowl XX, as a nod to his popularity and contributions to the team's success. The first time he got the ball, he was tackled for a one-yard loss while attempting to throw his first NFL pass on a halfback option play. But the second time he got the ball, he scored a touchdown; as a result, Walter Payton was denied an easy scoring opportunity. Perry went on to play for ten years in the NFL. His Super Bowl ring size is the largest of any professional football player in the history of the event. His ring size is 25, while the ring size for the average adult male is between 10 and 12.  Perry retired after the 1994 season. In his 10 years as a pro, he played in 138 games, recording 29.5 sacks and 5 fumble recoveries, which he returned for 71 yards. Perry later attempted a comeback, playing the 1996 season with the London Monarchs of the World League of American Football (later NFL Europa). Source: Wikipedia