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Ralph Wilson died in 2014 at the age of 95. He was the oldest NFL team owner in history and the second longest owner of a team after George Halas who owned the Chicago Bears.

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The owner of the Chicago Bears today is Virginia Halas McCaskey. The chairman is George McCaskey; the president is Ted Phillips; the general manager is Ryan Pace and the head coach is John Fox.

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  1. The Chicago Bears have retired 14 player's numbers including #3 (Bronko Nagurski, #5 (George McAfee), #7 George Halas, #28 (Willie Galimore), #34 (Walter Payton), #40 (Gale Sayers), #41 (Brian Piccolo), #42 (Sid Luckman), #51 (Dick Butkus), #56 (Bill Hewitt), #61 (Bill George), #66 (Clyde "Bulldog" Turner), #77 (Harold "Red" Grange), and #89 (Mike Ditka).

  2. For most of the 1920s, George Halas was (simultaneously) the wide receiver, defensive end, coach, head ticket seller, general manager, and part owner of the Chicago Bears.

  3. Other Chicago Bears Hall of Fame members include George Blanda, Dick Butkus, Guy Chamberlin, George Connor, Jimmy Conzelman, Richard Dent, Mike Ditka, John Driscoll, Jim Finks, Dan Fortman, Bill George, Harold Grange, George Halas, Dan Hampton, Ed Healey, Bill Hewitt, Stan Jones, Walt Kiesling, Bobby Layne, Sid Luckman, William R, Lyman, George McAfee, George Musso, Bronko Nagurski, Alan Page, Walter Page, Gale Sayers, Mike Singletary, Joe Stydahar, George Trafton, and Bulldog Turner.

  4. A naval boot camp out of Illinois, the Great Lakes Naval Station, won the 1919 Rose Bowl over the Mare Island Marines. The MVP of the game was George Halas, future hall of fame coach for the Chicago Bears.

  5. George Halas, future founder of the NFL and the Chicago Bears, was first replaced on the New York Yankees by Babe Ruth.

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