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"chicago cardinals" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Let's take a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off this week in 1929, where Chicago Cardinals fullback Ernie never sets an NFL record for most points, scored in a single game with all 40 in the Cardinals. 42 6 route of the Chicago Bears never has had a record six touchdowns and four extra points. This'll week in 1934, the Dick Great Lions would host their first Thanksgiving Day game, a tradition that continues today. This game was also the first NFL game to be broadcast nationally is NBC radio aired the game on 94 stations across the country This'll week in 1975 Bobby, or plays his last game for the Boston Bruins. He missed the rest of the season because of knee surgery. The next year he signed with the Blackhawks. This'll week in 1988 for the first time in Syria's history, Notre Dame in southern Cow, enter the game undefeated and occupy college football's top two spots in the nation. The top ranked fighting Irish win the game 27 to 10. And this week in 2017. Julio Jones finishes with 12 receptions for 253 yards and two touchdowns in Atlanta's 34 to 20 victory against the buck in years. It's Jones, his third career game with at least 250 yards receiving. No other player has more than one. And that's just some of what happened this weekend. Sports history the weekend Sports Time capsule on my heart radio 3 23 gambling Finn sitting in Freddy and Rocky here on this Friday afternoon, Gorgeous outside sun is shining. We figured why not? Pointing Thanksgiving story. So we'll continue our conversation with Joe Dannenmann from Fox, 19.
Fresh update on "chicago cardinals" discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News
"Jyl Steelers no longer playing tonight. It has been moved to 3 40 tomorrow afternoon, Kevin and because of that, they're gonna move Sunday, Steelers Game and Heinz Field with that Washington team. To Monday at five. And you may ask how many times is the NFL played on a Wednesday? Yeah. You got the end? Yeah, I do. And how quickly your memory fades Right. Remember this date September 5th 2012. Spending Super Bowl champion New York Giants host of the Dallas Cowboys at Met Life Stadium. Why was the traditional kickoff of the season change from Thursday to Wednesday? Well because then President Barack Obama made his Democratic National Committee convention speech that night, so they moved it there, the very first Wednesday night football game. Was the The first night game in the NFL was a Wednesday night game that was November 6 1929. It was called Nevers Night because Hall of Famer Ernie Nevers led Chicago Cardinals to a 16. Nothing win over the Providence steam roller. He scored a touchdown, passing a touchdown, running an extra point and a 33 yard field goal for all 16 points. So a merry Elim. You'd, um Hey, did he did, And there was another game in 1948? The Los Angeles Rams beat the heavily favored Detroit Lions 44 7 in the season opener. Then this is the first NFL Wednesday afternoon game Looks like it..
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Dedicates New DePaul College Prep Campus
"Acre campus for two Paul College purpose dedicated yesterday in Roscoe Village, Mayor Lori Lightfoot took the occasion to think Chicago Cardinal bleeds soup itch for contacting her at the beginning of the Koven 18 pandemic and offering his hope it makes me pleased and proud. To be a part of the city to understand that the archdiocese has reached out its hands to us in the entire city tow help heal the wounds that had been exposed through this very difficult time. Late foot served on the board of directors of the Paul College Purple prior to becoming mayor.
They're still here: St. Louis Cardinals to face Chicago White Sox after long virus absence
"To have the red birds back on the field today. In fact, they'll be on the field for 27 inning games from guaranteed rate field on the south side of Chicago. Cardinals trying to shake off the rust. Today, they have been off from playing games for 2.5 weeks. Plan going forward now is a 58 game scheduled for the Cardinals that includes 11 double headers. Which is certainly going to challenge the Cardinal's death. Mike Schultz, saying yesterday that he thought the team was going to be like starting spring training all over again, which was going to be a challenge for them. She'll turn 52 during the latest quarantine that was on the ninth of August. And he has had a very, very tough time keeping his team together over the last two weeks and Certainly concerned about the health of his players, but he is so thrilled they have the team back on the field. He said. That winners find solutions, He said that resume call yesterday. So let's hope there are some positive steps forward here today. From Chicago White
This week in sports history
"Hello sports fans in the west here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history will start up way back in eighteen sixty nine with the Cincinnati red stockings to become the first professional baseball team this week in nineteen hundred baseball's American League meets in Chicago and announces the American League will be made up of the Chicago white stockings at the Washington Senators the Milwaukee Brewers the Detroit Tigers Cleveland blues Boston Americans Philadelphia athletics and Baltimore this week in nineteen twelve pitcher cy young retires from baseball with five hundred and eleven wins this week in nineteen sixty the NFL Chicago cardinals moved to Saint Louis they play their three nineteen eighty seven this week in nineteen sixty two wilt chamberlain is the first to score four thousand points in an NBA season this week in nineteen seventy eight the NFL permanently adds a seventh official the side judge also this week in nineteen seventy eight the Oakland Athletics trade vita blue to the San Francisco Giants for seven players and three hundred and ninety thousand
2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class
"Pro football hall of fame I introduce the class of twenty twenty their centennial class and I am pretty diverse group here going in so what Mike let's run through some of these yeah and and some of these are so these guys are before my time so before your time as well some guys we saw a play so let let let's have a couple of these first Paul tag Lee boots and he was the the commissioner who took over for Pete Rosell he was the bridge between Roselle and die and Roger Goodell who we have today certainly the took the baton did a lot of good things for the game for sure yeah I get that now I'm not surprised I guess that he got in considering E. took it to a different level with TV contracts made a lot of money for the game took it into a different era yeah he's one of those it's like why do not in already yeah comic Marvin Miller yeah baseball I was a little bit surprised by that one or is it some other ones Donnie shall and and cliff tires are both a little bit before my time I I read you know I know the teams of Donnie shell played on a wood heater he was for the Steelers teams that were just absolutely spectacular are you know click Harris was a cowboy enough said so those two guys get in our let's run through a couple other ones he Jim covert I remember him with the bears as an offense of linemen I don't remember Bobby Dylan who was a D. back for the Packers Austin Dillon Tate today they made the right call Jack I was a beast yeah okay and we we was on the the body Packers of assuming yeah I'll wait like even before that it was like ten years before the merger all really okay yeah see played like late fifties and into the sixties mid fifties yeah okay all right so don't reach sixties they'll go back a little bit at New York Jets tackle Winston hill not that familiar with him but lions defensive tackle out Alex Karras who was a great player and also went on to be an actor he was in blazing saddles which Mike if you haven't seen it is an all time classic a movie that would never get made today because it's incredibly politically incorrect and he was the father in Webster which one of your favorite TV shows yeah Webster Webster and Bobby don't fill but Alex Karras is also said suspended for an entire season for gambling on football did you know that yeah early sixties yeah I miss the season are Scott Chicago cardinals this it tells you how far back that goes tackle Duke Slater goes into the hall of fame Cleveland Browns wide receiver Max speedy bears defensive and and sprinkle near giants GM George young who I remember he was a he was a guy who was there during the Parcells run when Bella check was it a says that when they had an unbelievable group of assistance there and he drafted very well guys like Phil Simms some guys really under the radar at large Taylor helped really kind of build that team cell George young goes and we know bill Cowher a Jimmy Johnson they they got their surprises on TV this past weekend what do you think of Calar I don't I think ours I don't think he's all famous hourly there I think is like the on this list of qualified to talk about this from worry lines up with my viewing yeah I you know I know he won one he got to another any was there a long time it's a great story because he's he's a Pittsburgh guy grew up there you know all that good stuff but what what's she in for longevity you know I mean I don't know I'm a a are they considering like contributions as a broadcaster to that kid I mean he's not that good only has been doing it that long what is your is on an hour a week yeah exactly yes I know it not look exactly are the interesting thing is that they they're some the hall of fame centennial class was selected by a special Blue Ribbon panel which included hall of fame board selectors league historians hall of Famers and bill Belichick yeah so there were thirty eight finalists were chosen from a list of three hundred nominees over the past five months and the hall of fame class of twenty twenty comprised of modern era players will be selected in Miami beach on February first the day before the Superbowl so you're wondering like the word the wise all these you know older guys well the the guys you probably saw play we you know we'll be getting in that cell that was that's the way that that that check out but shall I do go back to die shell for a minute now and I'll get to the reason why you wanted to do this for for a couple reasons but he's the fifth member of that steel curtain team Joe Greene mean Joe green Jack Lambert Jack ham Mel blunt and now dot a shell goes in from that Pittsburgh team but I am we should probably place for people again which we will little back but one of the coolest things I I heard was the the audio conversation between Harold Carmichael and and David Baker who's the the president of the pro football hall of fame but Carmichael goes and he was at all decade nineteen seventy selection when he retired he held the league record with a reception and a hundred twenty seven consecutive games he had a touchdown reception on almost fourteen percent of his career touches that's awesome any finishes his career with really good numbers in any near where you know again it wasn't like it is today where they pass as much as they did but in a plane thirteen years and really that's a little bit misleading you really play twelve years that thirteen year with the cowboys only played two games but he had almost nine thousand yards seventy nine touchdowns averaged more than fifteen yards per catch he was a stud and from nineteen seventy three to nineteen eighty two no receiver had more receptions yards touchdowns are games played that's pretty awesome do you wonder why it took that long but it was great to see him get and I'll tell you the other guy I mention this before we took time out they get send that never played a down in the NFL yet maybe had more of an impact than any name that we just right off that's the sable what NFL films did for the National Football League what which Steve sable date with his dad add both local guys and of course if you you know NFL films right over there mount laurel what they did to promote the game of football in the sixties when it was no where near the number one sport the country I mean you had baseball you a boxing your college football all ahead of professional football what they did to highlight the game to shine a different spot like to be creative in an artistic with the way that you look at the game utilizing classical music slow motion yeah replays you different camera angles you name it what they did to change the way that people look at the game was nothing short of remarkable and a and it's a shame that it's happened posthumously Steve got to win the Elbe doctors father into the hall of fame at the times the was battling brain cancer but for him to get in I thought was flat out awesome yes not he yeah got it back everything's under the contributions that side you have still to this day yeah I mean he tell me somebody who is more deserving I'm telling you AP is deserving is anybody so the one that I and I know Jodie touched on this when I was coming and I was listening to him and he's dead on about this it's a real shame and I I don't know if it's gonna happen former night I I I really hope it does but it's a real shame that I Joe Klecko didn't get it again this year if if you're not familiar with me you know when you hear Dan Klecko on our air doing eagles post games and and like you work with during the football season a damn good friend of mine but Joe was a great player he's a local guy grew up in Chester went to temple but was a phenomenal player for the jets eat play from seventy to seventy seven to eighty eight and the first Jeez for five years of his career the sac wasn't even cactus that so and he was a guy who literally you could play everywhere he played the tackle he played nose tackle he played defensive end you could move asides yeah you can move in every single place on the football field and all the guy did was the lever and and it's unfortunate because nose tackles indeed tackles are gonna put up monster numbers think about you know a guy like Fletcher **** could have a big game but because he's at being occupied by two tacklers or maybe is not getting a sack he's just he's creating the pressure somebody else gets the sack that happens often times you know but it it but a lot of those years even look like I was playing end they can keep the sack is that in other words like for example I seventy eight he was a defense of an I. seven eighty he was a defense of an eighty one he was a defense of that then he moved more inside your starting in in eighty two eighty three and the rest of his career but I know Gary Myers of Jody had on earlier in his show was a guy who really pushed for kind of the way ray push for for a tiny the Donald you know in a domino kind of pushed we double push for Dawkins yet Dawkins yeah double push for doc hold on which bush for Dawkins Gary Myers push for collect but it's he didn't get a ton of votes in the US and and that's you know probably not a great sign but I hope at some point they come to their their senses and and Joe Klecko gets and but that was that was the one that kind of stood out to me I know you know drew Pearson went on his his harangue about not getting in but that was one that stood out so what what it since we're on this Mike let let's play the Carmichael again so this this is it the audio of the phone call David Baker calling Harold Carmichael and letting him know that after all these years because Carmichael's but after this for a long time after all these years he finally got it my great grandma and to hear that you're gonna have a bronze bust in canton Ohio hello all men you're going to be a member of the centennial class and we're we're gonna tell you and keep your legacy alive forever yeah or what you're talking okay thank you great that's pretty cool I mean I think that's a genuine reaction right there what you got from hell Carmichael and it's it's well deserved you know this isn't just some sympathy vote that this is a guy who deserve to be at and your was ahead of his time in terms of the size and was versatile what could catch a long ball was a great are you know fade end zone alley OOP I could go over the metal versatile could do almost anything and you know play the game at six foot eight we came out of southern a small school and went on to have some great years for short was very good the playoffs still had amazing career so happy
Cardinal Cupich visits Chicago jail on Christmas
"Chicago's cardinal blaze soup which made his annual trip to celebrate Christmas mass with inmates at cook county jail county jail detainees Pat the chapel in division eleven Dresden based jail if you're holding would DO see on the back of their shirts merry Christmas to all of you cardinal seepage like in them to shepherds living on the margins of society and talked about baby Jesus I would like you to imagine if right now an actual little baby came in here a newborn infant and think of the emotions that would spring in your heart of tenderness of joy the cardinal told a story of visiting children in a hospital and being approached by a Muslim father who asked him to visit his child the man told him it was a blessing when a person visits a sick child for the person visiting the child and the cardinal told the detainees that's how he
"chicago cardinals" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So it's difficult to say the least to get around town there and Chicago cardinal blaze soup which made its fifth Christmas visit to Laurie children's hospital yesterday part of a decades long tradition for the head of the Chicago archdiocese to visit the hospital and share his Christmas message the cardinal says the weight children fight to live should remind us all of what's truly important and cardinal soup which will join us here on seven twenty WGN a little later on this morning WGN sports Dave analyst set up perfectly the black hawks coming off back to back road wins over what a pack in Colorado and then a flooded home is seven one lost to a last place team the New Jersey Devils should be embarrassed if work and make progress we we can he get yourself a chance to to make progress and I don't think we did that tonight it seems that we need to start over all the time and that's you know I mean the point in the games without trouble stringing shift together will we have trouble strong performances together coach Jeremy Caledon in our Xfinity X. five Blackhawks sports act Smith scored the first goal of the game to put the hawks they had one nothing before the devils scored the next seven goals the bulls started well in Orlando they jumped out to a nine nothing lead but by the end of the first quarter of the game was tied and the magic took over the fourth quarter outscoring the bills twenty to fourteen to win it one of the three ninety five despite twenty six for Zach Levine the Green Bay Packers clinch the NFC north they came from behind at Minnesota to win twenty three to ten Aaron Jones a hundred fifty four yards and two touchdowns on the ground well the Packers defense that Kirk cousins five times dropped him to in nine on Monday Night Football Green Bay still in contention for the top seed in the NFC and home field throughout the playoffs Minnesota ten and five locked in the second wild card spot in the NFC heading into the regular season finale against the bears at Minnesota on Sunday there was one college bowl game yesterday UCF over Marshall forty eight twenty five in the Gasparilla ball and tonight the Hawaii bowl as Hawaii against B. Y. U. Dave at it WGN sports your money on seven twenty WGN sponsored by T. mobile you can learn more at T. mobile dot com on this Christmas Eve a half day of trading on wallstreet markets will be closed at noon Chicago time today all day tomorrow for the Christmas holiday a state judge in New York is ruled and struck down a New York City rule that beginning next year would have limited how much time uber lift in other for hire vehicles could spend without passengers in the busy as parts of town the state Supreme Court judge while Frank and his decision yesterday called the city's rules arbitrary and capricious we have a dense fog advisory in effect until ten o'clock this morning thirty three degrees now at o'hare I'm gauge one on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN if you own your car for a while or maybe you've got a.
"chicago cardinals" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In Detroit alliance out up the Chicago Bears by a score of seventeen to ten David Blau as an opportunity to be one of those legendary thanksgiving stories seven completions two touchdowns the existing right now up to seven point lead out in this year of NFL one hundred on this holiday it seemed like a good time for us to take a look back at exactly how we got here this afternoon football on thanksgiving day and NFL tradition since its inception in nineteen twenty now it's ingrained is part of the day like cranberry sauce and that annoying family member who always manages to say the wrong thing at the dinner table we nineteen twenty two in nineteen thirty three thanksgiving day games were played between the Chicago Bears and Chicago cardinals the nineteen twenty nine cut as produced an NFL record which stands to this very day Ernie Nevers of the Chicago cardinal scored six touchdowns in for extra points in other words every one of his team's points in a forty to six mystery over the bears after twelve straight seasons of thanksgiving football in Chicago it was a first year team in the motor city which gave the thanksgiving staple a new home base as former executive director of the pro football hall of fame Joe forget explains George Richards was the owner of the Detroit Lions he had bought the team from Portsmouth they recall the Portsmouth Spartans and when he moved into Detroit he wanted to start something of a tradition any new of the thanksgiving day games which was a traditional high school and college football that's what he was emulating he felt that he could maybe do something in the pro.
"chicago cardinals" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Yeah there were rumors of the cardinals moving nearly fifties. I've seen in some of the old newspapers where where they of course would deny it and wolf never had a famous pledge that the cardinals are part of Chicago they will never leave Chicago So that was quite interesting. The team was struggling. They made the I don't know dubious decision to hire curly Lambeau. Coaching nineteen fifty hoping that curly after all his success in Green Bay could duplicate that success on the south side. But it didn't happen and so. We're the bears drawing thirty thousand fans per game. The cardinals all still had a few games. Where they're at eleven thousand nine thousand for their home games so without revenue from any place else? That was difficult. Television was starting earning become available but not yet a big revenue maker for the League. So I think the cardinals in the fifty S. If I'm not mistaken was probably the worst reforming team in the history of the own of the NFL over a decade and so the rumors were out there that perhaps the bidwill family and Wolf ner might be interested in moving or selling. The other thing is television became more popular we had the blackout rule whereas if one team was playing on the road and the other team was at at home you could watch your favorite team That certainly heard in fact when William Bidwell passed away recently when I was doing research for my book he was pretty secure and confident saying the cardinals moved because of television that with the blackout. Rules essentially the leak head enforce that there wasn't GonNa be any any revenue and in town for the cardinals at the time so there were a lot of rumors. San Francisco was one that I saw numerous times that they were thought thought to be purchased and moved and a couple of times the Wolf ner was an agreement to sell the team but wanted to still maintain at at least part of the ownership or even a majority part were to the incoming owners didn't want to invest forty nine percent of the team and not have really a a vote in the matter so the team was struggling on the field off in terms of finances. Mt Stand's empty seats in stadiums and fifty eighty nine. Of course they moved to soldier field which is a bad shape at the time. Nineteen fifty-nine the team actually played two games in Minneapolis. So we're home games and drew pretty well. Drew drew over twenty thousand fans But again looking at the writing on the wall didn't seem like there would be a future for the cardinals as much as a lot of us would wish they had held Donna and stayed in town until that revenue would kick in from TV. Yeah at Minneapolis is interesting because that was also part of I think The original battle the plan for the fledgling American Football League. So maybe you could sort of get it. I mean we've talked a lot about Lamar Hunt on this show by extension people like Max Winter and bob how how some an Bud Adams and and the beginnings and the ongoing nineteen sixties of the AFL but in some respects maybe many respects without the bid wells and And Wolf ner kind of during demurring on being acquired wired in terms other than their own. You could make the argument that the cardinals were one of the reasons if not the reasons for the foundation of the AFL. I firmly believe that the other cardinals are so close to be sold around that time but again since the terms could not be agreed upon Huntington his partners went elsewhere looking and and started the other league which to be successful. So what are the NFL. Do though. So this is interesting because it seems like the move then to Saint Louis was relatively hasty and frankly again looking back in time you may know more that without the AFL's arrival and the threat of them looking at markets like Minneapolis and Saint. Louis That you know it just seems like the NFL. All of a sudden took the threat seriously and almost rallied the The League around how do we save the cardinals and and make it Beneficial for not only the bid wells but also for us as a league in a in the face of this threat from this new challenger and I think you you hit it right ahead where they did get noticed. In fact one of the things was that The other league was dying buying St Louis as a possible location for team and so Maybe that was the reason they move rather quickly did take everyone by surprise and Chicago Look back in the newspapers. We didn't see much about them. Moving the Saint Louis at that particular time of year that quickly and the fact that the league with apparently or rumor has the george shells paid some of this gave the cardinals a half million dollars a lot of money back in March of nineteen sixty to move. But yeah those are. The League was looking at St Louis. the television prominent Chicago so it seemed like the League could save the cardinals as well. So the League itself continue against this new formed opposition By securing Saint Louis and then continuing with the League and The cardinals continued operating except in a different location. Okay so we're not going to get into the St Louis Part of the story because that's for another time another situation another incarnation but one last question Russian on that in that sort of moved to Saint Louis how in the world do they wind up holding onto the cardinals name given that the baseball cardinals had had been there for many more years prior. I can't imagine what kind of confusion there was and or or am I just or was it just a natural sort of thing and it seems it seems crazy to me that you would move team that also has the same name as the baseball team in the city You're moving to yeah. It does seem odd a couple of things on my point out when hatless move the STALEY's to Chicago. I believe he writes in his autobiography. He also wanted to call his team. The cubs out of respect for Mr Wrigley but knowing that football players are bigger than baseball players. I see decided to name them the bears. So that's one story maybe They thought the cardinals name would be the same in honor of the Saint Louis Baseball cardinals and the other thing might be that the cardinals themselves with Wolf ner and The biddable family would say we WANNA keep our name People confuse them but it was kind of odd. And it's still out to people when you mentioned that they played their with the Saint. Louis Cardinals Baseball team. No no no. It was a football team so I haven't build a figure that one out yet very interesting all right well. So let's let's put this in context and I kind of started out with this question. I'm going to ask the same question again. But maybe sort of in a different manner right so you know again this is. This is the longest consecutive lasting franchise even it arguably before more than the founding of the National Football League and it's also perhaps maybe I guess in Longitudinal terms perhaps the most unlucky perhaps or or under performing franchises in the League's history Yet it's it's essentially important and crucial to the fabric of this league right. It's been around since its beginning while it hasn't won a ton of championships or you know other sort of you know a haloes of of success. It is part of a league that is just Gargantuan in terms of success these days and I guess you I wonder how and when you know more recognition of that history albeit not tremendous is at least recognize is because without you know without these early formative years there would be no cardinals in this beautiful facility in Arizona and you know and and in the the the desert southwest having their pro franchise and it is it is kind of amazing when you look back at it now and no team wants to lose. Everybody wants to win especially especially now under so much pressure on every coach and every team to perform any kind of look back and say well since the Chicago cubs won the world series three three years ago the cardinals since they wanted. Forty seven are the oldest major sports team not to win a world championship so to speak in terms blink year so the the colonel's unfortunately have that distinction now and it just seems like yeah that that the team hasn't been quite as successful in the number of championships say compared to the bears but then maybe bears fans are upset because they only won one championship in over fifty years. So it's Knocking knocked off all that far out but the history of the teams the bears and the cardinals. The cardinal specifically is something that really should be embraced it from you go back to when these players were playing often for no money or for twenty dollars a game and one come out of the game Even if they had a broken finger broken hand A lot of players get seriously injured. Not so much from injuries from getting hit but maybe 'cause they're planning horrible fields and they you got cut by a dirty piece of glass and so it's the realistic the realism. I guess what they went. Through those years I really wish would be recognized a little better by by the modern teams and cardinals certainly deserve any kind of recognition they could get for surviving living for now What is it one hundred twenty years since that first game and The traced back to Chris and Pat O'Brien back in eighteen ninety nine and certainly their story. Ah deserves being mentioned. I'm also hoping that mentioned Duke Slater and hopefully for recognition. The whole thing. But I didn't Chris. O'Brien deserves some kind of recognition as well He not only was one of the founders of the League but he also Allow the bears to come into Chicago because of territorial rights way back when so it was Interesting about all history. That's there and some of US trying to keep it alive and hopefully that'll be recognized. I think it is a little by little but We hope that that will continue to do so next year. We celebrate a one hundred anniversary of the NFL. Not just one hundred season all right. Here's my last question. So so this team winning outright a championship in nineteen forty seven their last one and a disputed one in nineteen twenty five. And that's it right. Yeah so what makes this franchise I in its Chicago Interational. So interesting to you. Why why? Why the focus on it? What what what got you interested in becoming an expert and you're an authority on the Chicago version of the of this arguably Ghibli almost forgotten team may interest in the team began kind of an oddly? I knew my father was a good football player and after he passed away many years after he passed away. I had a box of his stuff in there. I found that he had a contract from the Chicago cardinals. Back in the forties and that contract paid him one hundred ten dollars a game provided he had to bring his own shoes and shoulder.
"chicago cardinals" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Near normal park so fans could take these newfangled automobiles drive to the game and he also tried to get as best he could Coverage in the media and O'Brien also would be kind of like a salesman he would say. The cardinals played down. In Moline and overnight rock island. He would go there the week before and try and drum business from the local fans and of course the writing that time was extraordinary. We'd hear about the giants Ryan Chicago cardinals coming to lean with several all Americans on the team and we're a little moline doesn't have a chance. But they would build up these versions Asians and stories of the all Americans when it came to Chicago. The cardinals just seemed draw. What normal park on the south? They didn't have a large seating capacity even when they moved to Comiskey Park. They didn't have much luck in filling that place Again when he helps a lot. The cardinals won the championship in nineteen twenty five but then unfortunately was the same time. Red Grange game in the League and so the bears were off filling stadiums around the country and the poor cardinals are trying to get a couple of thousand housing to watch them play Comiskey Park so that was kind of interesting about how the cardinals did try and survive in the thirties. This was after. O'Brien sold sold the team. They actually played their games from nineteen thirty one to nineteen thirty nine at Wrigley Field which left the cardinals at kind of the bottom of the ladder in terms of you've of preferred game days the cubs of course if they had a good season might be playing late into October The bears would have their first choice. Waste because that was their home field and so then the cardinals are Wrigley. Field would have. Maybe they're opening home game in November. I think Vince Bananas A great I because all the guards for the cardinals one said the team tried to move to Wrigley Field where they had all the rich people and we had the when he called the have nuts on the sell all side probably not fair for us to describe it that way but it seemed to be true because the fans of the cardinals would not go north to watch the cardinals plane Wrigley Field. Of course the bears wanted fans wanted nothing to do a sing another team playing and Wrigley Field so that did not last and the cardinals moved back for nineteen forty into Comiskey Park. So lots to unpack there so on that one. That was the Bidwell family when they bought the team in thirty three that they decided that they were gonna try to kind of go upmarket if you will and find out where the where where the money was but that's odd because the city of such a large geography. Hindsight is twenty twenty now right but you know to be the third tenant pennant in you know in arguably a baseball park right. The number two football team let alone not have with another stadium just on the south side I just basically sitting waiting for a winter. Tenant sure yeah and they Just never worked for him but I I guess it was an idea actually. They started a year before. Did well got involved and He kept up with it but the owner. Dr David Jones. He was the city physician for the city of Komo. A Chicago promise that he would bring a winning team to the sell side and made a lot of changes. One of the biggest was bringing. Ernie Nevers I the hall of Famer in to play for the cardinals later coach for the cardinals. He had the first out of town training. Camp and cold water Michigan really pumped up the the team but When attendance was still not very strong He was the one who had the first season up in Wrigley Field. I'm not sure if they signed signed a contract for several years but bidwill certainly had the opportunity to move the team back but but kept them up north and maybe it was because he had a fondness for the beers. There's kind of working for health at one time being a partner with hell listen they pro basketball team to Chicago Bruins Of course this was going on before and during his time as owner of the cardinals but who knows The attendance wise is certainly didn't work all right so before we move onto the ownership changes and and you mentioned that it's important that we go over sort of how it got to the big welfare because it didn't go directly to them as you just mentioned in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty five is an asterisk for sure in NFL. Football history. History right and and I believe I've mistaken the cardinals. I guess almost retroactively claim nineteen twenty. Five is there I ever. Nfl Championship hip. But it wasn't that simple nor maybe even at the time acknowledged as such as a championship team was it yes twenty five was preps the the if not today. It's still is one of the most controversial seasons that was ever played in the NFL and nineteen twenty four. There was a a similar. I'm were thing where a couple of teams claim the title and the owners and their minutes which are available to pro football hall of fame. Put Down certain rules and the rules claim claim that you could schedule any number of games you want it to until a certain day. Let's just say December first December seven. And if you wanted I want to you can keep playing games The cardinals in nineteen twenty five were neck and neck with the Pottsville maroons from Pennsylvania and ahead. What a lot of the newspapers called the championship? Game between the two teams at the end the season Pottsville won that game so they edged ahead of the cardinals and the standings and this is the same time. Now that we're hearing rumblings about Red Green joining the bears and coming to the the NFL So some trains are saying perhaps the cardinals or the maroons. We're trying to finagle a game with red grange and host them and and get the full crowd Some correspondence that indicates that but basically crystal Brian the owner of the cardinals. He really wanted to win the championship. So which which was legal. He scheduled to more games in nineteen twenty five before the deadline was against the a ham and team and one was against the Milwaukee he badgers he won both games. So that's the first part of the story that adds the cardinals ahead of Pottsville by Gamer. So the same time Pottsville. I still wanted to play Much all stars from Notre Dame up in the Philadelphia area. And here's a lot. It gets a little more controversial. Is that the league supposedly told possible. They could not play in Philadelphia because of territorial rights. They wanted to play the game. Anyway and We're then summarily. This is because they were trying to make some the the early part of the NFL. This was also part of sort of revenue generation. Right there was an exhibition. Asa Asa in and around the right accorded regular season right so they would have been okay to play this game anywhere else but they decided to play where they were told not I too. So that's the controversy that that Followers the pottsville claim that they should have won the championship. They shouldn't have been kicked out of the League and that the cardinals all scheduled these two games illegally but it was legal ethical. I'm not so sure But the cardinals then because apostles kicked out were Lee said was awarded the championship to the cardinals. They never claimed it. There was no trophy at the time. And then the story got even a little crazier because when they put the cardinals played the team from Milwaukee Milwaukee came to town. They didn't have enough players so one of the cardinals players. Here's phone some additional professionals who turned out to before high school kids from Englewood High School. So the cardinals then were Brought to the carpet Chris. O'Brien Brian was fined and again what was said at that time. with the cardinals have to give up the championship. They never they never were the excuse that the championship never was taken away from the cardinals so there's still recognize the twenty five champions even though maybe outwardly. They never accepted that until later on when the the bidwill family became involved. So if you're from Pottsville you probably have a good claim that something must have been a mess if your car to stand you. Probably the and rightly so say we. We just schedule another couple of games. Either way it's very controversy on. It's funny even to this day. Still you bring that up among people who do research and there's a a good argument going on as to who is actually nineteen twenty five champion the personal. Brian was certainly looking forward to winning the championship and perhaps scheduling a game or two with the Chicago bears against well. Okay so I guess it's important right because you mentioned in hinted at that. The team was the O'Brien sold the team to to Dr David Jones in Nineteen Twenty nine very interesting year on a writ large basis in this country and frankly the globe then by thirty two was then purchased by a gentleman by the name of Charles. Charles Bidwell will probably want to get into because the bidwell family from from this point on obviously becomes synonymous with the cardinals franchise for the rest of its of its life instill but I. It's interesting that AH AH based on what I've read and you can correct me if I'm wrong. It was only after bidwell became owner of the team that this sort of nineteen twenty five asterisks championship became an issue and were a pursuit of his. To somehow at least lay claim to as their history he went off. Yes and and I think that's accurate The history of it is a little fuzzy as to when and if and why. The cardinals claimed the championship. unshipped that the league basically gave to them and early nineteen twenty six. I shouldn't say gave but recognize the cardinals because they had the better record under the rules at the time and of course today we can't go back and change that type of history or this. We can question the decisions but we can't go back and change it but it does seem around that time that you would see the cardinals claiming that they were champions in nineteen twenty five and some of the programs and other material that went out came and.
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"Courtesy of our friends at streaker sports We thank streaker sports of course and we thank you to of course for listening further as we get into the Interesting historical time between nineteen twenty and nineteen fifty nine or so this is is when the cardinals and football played in Chicago. And we're going to talk about it with Joe Ziemba their conversation. We had just a couple of weeks back. Sit Back and enjoy and we'd love going back to some of the central stories especially teams that exists today but what were previously incarnated and and maybe I can kind of just sort of start with this I mean the Arizona. Cardinals are the latest expression of if a team that essentially has been the longest consecutive running franchise in NFL history. Let's start with sort of from the from the today going backward. How much would you say and I think I know the answer to this? How much would you say the current fans of the Arizona Cardinals and the current organization give sorta proper routes do given the origination of this franchise way back when in Chicago my opinion that a lot of people perhaps know about the Saint Louis version of the team but very few know about the Chicago origination which go back eighteen ninety nine and that's not surprising everything? A lot of people are actually surprised if I use the term again to know the team goes net far back. So it's for the organization itself They're aware of the cardinals. I often see web mentions of the Chicago cardinals but not a whole lot of emphasis. I thought perhaps there might be a a little more this year with the hundred season of the NFL. That I've seen we do have a a facebook site as I've mentioned were people still seem intrigued by the history of the cardinals and so we try and provide them with some bizarre facts and figures going all the way back to the beginning So there is interest in the team the history viewpoint but it's one Perhaps legitimately or not is not really addressed too often anymore. Yeah and I think that's interesting and and it's it's been one the themes that we've sort of unearthed in our conversations to date is is you know the teams that currently exist that that do have roots. Go back and it's interesting to see how oh well embraced or many cases oftentimes whitewashed or forgotten or simply ignored because modern day. Doesn't you have the time or the wherewithal or the the extra work. Perhaps or maybe even some of the skeletons in in in club histories and all that kind of stuff. Because it's all about the future and in and the big business now of it and you know frankly I think it's a shame and I sort of didn't want to sort of put a Downer on it to start but I think it's important for anybody who's a fan of the Arizona cardinals our noses their previous incarnation as the Phoenix cardinals. Or even the previous incarnation of that of the Saint Louis Cardinals that this very deep and rich history and storied did franchise for almost forty years before they even moved to Saint Louis. For God's sakes and that's saying something so maybe you can give our audience. Those these young whippersnappers snappers out there. A little bit of understanding of maybe maybe the primordial ooze from which even disfranchised Kinda got going even before nineteen twenty and the NFL Kinda started kicking around. Yeah we do see where the cardinals will say there since. Nineteen twenty and of course. That's one the first version of the national channel. Football League started the American Professional Football Conference but the team itself goes back to eighteen ninety nine with the first game being played actually on on October Fifteenth Eighteen Ninety nine when the team called the Morgan Athletic Association which we can trace back from today's Arizona cardinals articles of play the game on the south side of Chicago and defeated the Sherman's and the Morgan Just a bunch of Sandlot kids they call. They played pro very football. So it wasn't that a firm organization and just a bunch of kids. They got together to to play some football which is still a new game then I know in Chicago a cargo. The Chicago Public League which was probably the earliest version of high school football. That didn't start until the eighteen ninety s so the game had been more prosperous. Were prevalent in the East and then moved to the Midwest but still didn't get a lot of great deal of acceptance at that time but so we can trace in the main reason for tracing racing. The team is the two brothers called Chris and Pat O'Brien personal brine. I think as the forgotten man of the National Football League he was one of the founders in nineteen eighteen twenty but he was also seventeen or eighteen year old and on that first team for the Mortgage Athletic Association. Eighteen ninety nine MS brother. Pat Was this The quarterback or fullback at the time the formations were a little different. So we can trace the o'briens all the way through to win Chris. O'Brien was one of the founders. What we knows does the NFL and till he sold the team in nineteen twenty nine and of course the cardinals have been with the bidwill families? sincerly thirty so really only three the founders of the team and all those years could say three owners. And that was Chris. O'Brien and this corporation and a guy named Dr David Jones who had the team for about op. Three years before he sold to Charles bidwill whose family still owns the cardinals today. Well maybe you can give are. Is this a bit of a sense of sort of this pre. NFL Pre professional fashionable or or or semi or not even professional kind of mccalla Rag tag. But people need to remember right and we've gone way back into the earliest days as a baseball right which arguably starts eighteen seventies eighteen eighties or so and the rumblings and and the relatively crude way that professionalism came into that game but this we were still decades away or at least a few decades away from true professional football during the early nineteen hundreds where and what was this team kind of playing in and against and whom against in Chicago and environs. The different teams were neighborhood teams and they took their names from the street name in Chicago. So we would I would say see teams called the Westerns the Artesian 's the hall studs and this would be the neighborhood that took their name of their team from that street. I got on there. Were bigger neighborhood. Teams called the Kensington the Grand Crossing Eagles Logan squares from the north side. And once in a while wilder would go over the state line to play you Chicago gophers or a team from Michigan City Indiana. So for a while there was no real formal formal structure of a League till about nineteen sixteen or so when there was something called the Chicagoland Football League which was a loosely knit organization organization of some of these prairie teams. But in the early days it was just neighborhood kids playing each other and what prairie field might be available. There were no stands. The equipment was horrible. Generally the teams would have they would play eleven guys would go both ways but maybe only have two substitutes roots and if they derived any income at all from these Games there was two bets on the side. Where teammate get together? Ten dollars a month All the players and but the other eighteen they could beat them. Of course. We're not supposed to talk about betting football. But that's how they got a little bit of their Their revenue way back when is the team's he's got a little bigger They became part of athletic clubs and athletic clubs again. In the early part of the century were organizations nations that were to provide their members with entertainment. Whether it be boxing matches track meets baseball teams. Football teams answers were very popular. And that's when the Morgan Athletic Association from Eighteen. Ninety nine kind of evolved into the Morgan Athletic Club in nineteen hundred so instead of just having a a bunch of kids playing football for fun they now represented a club. They probably pay dues to this club. The club For example the Morgan Outlet Club Had A headquarters quarters and had to pay rents but drew a lot of revenue from membership fees but from charging admission to their track meets or their football or baseball games so it became a little more formalized than nearly part of the century as the athletic clubs in Chicago at least started playing each other. Yeah that's interesting. So even before a a professional circuit per se right there was at least a bit of structure around how to play. Perhaps maybe even Solidifying some of the early and arguably competitive or challenging rules differences maybe In giving molly kids chance to play but also maybe some of the early rubrics of what professionalism professionalism might look like in the decades to follow. That was true. In fact one of the Kiraly Games occurred me. Get my memory here about the end of November. Maybe thanksgiving of nineteen o four. When the Morgan Athletic Club played a team called the normal athletic club and they rented out what was called Kaminski's Park Not Comiskey Park where the white sox played at thirty ninth and Wentworth and there was one hundred and fifty dollars side? Bet Per team. Mind that so that was big money but they charged admission so they look like they were trying to attract not only fans but also have one hundred. Fifty dollars is a lot of money money back then. So they're taking quite serious at that time but Around nineteen o four or nineteen when that game occurred and we saw more of that where they were getting Hansa bigger venues instead of just playing any empty lot. They're looking for a place. They have bleachers. The cardinals as we know him eventually were playing in a place called normal normal park in Chicago which is at sixty third and racine. There was a baseball field. They put the football field so it went east West Barely made it within the fence and but it was a more formal structure for them to begin playing in. And it's important to understand some of this These early origins because The actual name of the team and their color scheme kind of came from from these early pre nfl days. Maybe you can sort of get into the story of of of how the team wound up getting its name and its its color scheme which is still today. What is the cardinals? Had we think the same colors colors This might sound like some heresy but the name cardinals did not come from a name of Jersey. Which is what our researches found out over the last few years? As when the team with the O'Brien brothers more from the mortgage Athletic Association into the Morgan Athletic Club and that was eighteen ninety nine and nineteen hundred. Nineteen O one. You'll Bryan brothers. Were part of a new club. Call the Cardinal Athletic and social club and it really had nothing to do with the color of their jerseys the the prevalence story is that Chris. O'Brien when was the owner of the team. And he bought used jerseys from Amos Alonzo stagg the head coach at the University of Chicago and we haven't been able to verify five that at all in fact. That doesn't make a lot of sense. 'CAUSE stag hated just hated the idea of someone playing football after he graduated and had nothing to do with these post-collegiate teams and I've even done. Some research into his records at the University of Chicago Library could find no trace of of stags bags selling his US jerseys to a team that was then called the cardinal social and Athletic Club Crystal. Brian was not the owner. He was still just a teenager. Major basically a right out of his team so again. This was a social club or people belonged and They sponsored the team over. There was a high school team which ah done some more research on called Morgan Park Military Academy which was a farm club for the University of Chicago. STAGG would kinda hide some of was promising players there and then bring them over. He hoped coats that team. And if you look at their jerseys they look an awful lot of like Like the University of Chicago Algo jerseys that may have been from a year or two before. A lot of this is available because we see stuff online or we can research it during in some of these archives where we can actually see the photos from teams.
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"Here's your host. Tim Hanley Well God and not forgotten however. And that's what we're here for of course and Way Welcome to the proceedings. My name is Tim Hamlin and this is of course. Good seats still available. It's are are curious little podcast that is devoted to what used to be in professional sports. What a what a quintessential franchise we have for you this week? And and it's also one. That's an incarnation. We don't just focus on defunct things here on this little show. We we like to focus on things that used to be previously incarnated. And that's this week's focus as we get into the original story of what is today the Arizona Cardinals. They got their start way back. When during the founding of this crazy thing called the national football league and they were those the Chicago cardinals from one thousand nine hundred twenty the earliest just days of the the beginnings of the NFL Until their demise or actually their their shift after the nineteen fifty nine season from the great city of Chicago to the equally great city of Saint Louis where they were these Saint Louis football cardinals in their second iteration for bunch years. That's for another show. Oh before they moved to a Phoenix and became the Phoenix and then Arizona cardinals. But if you consider yourself a cardinals football fan you know I I question your sanity was as you look at the history of this franchise one of the oldest and actually I think the oldest consecutively run franchises in all of the National Football League. It's cargo cardinals have scoggins well. A cardinals generally the entire history of the franchise has been. Shall we say Bereft of much playoff or championship. Success matter of fact they've only won a couple of championships and that was years and years ago before arguably the modern NFL NFL sort of came into into being yet. Nineteen forty seven and nineteen forty eight. Were really the Halcyon years of the team. And that's when they were actually located in Chicago and that's kind of our focus this week with our guest Joe Ziemba who has arguably written the quintessential thome about the the Chicago version of these cardinals. Call when football was football the Chicago cardinals and the birth of the NFL and again it is one of the oldest if not the oldest consecutively consecutively run franchises in the League in its history and as you heard in that little setup there pat summerall and a few other players from the Chicago cardinals. Days woeful is a is a good word comical slapstick These are all words curious. Inventive so you know. These are all sort of adjectives. Used to describe this team that For many years actually their entire Most of their run not the entire room but just about all all of it was pretty much played in the shadows of the the bigger stronger and obviously the longer term more successful. Although although this season we could argue the case Chicago bears and the cardinal certainly had their days against the bears They often won a few view. Battles Cross town battles Usually late in the season but of course more often than not lost the the long-term wars when it came to the better record curtain the better attendances and all that kind of stuff to their neighbors From the north and the cardinals though of Chicago were a very interesting and and fun and sometimes quizzical lot. We're GONNA get into some trouble hijinks and the interest interest the interesting intricacies. Frankly If you really go back even to the the AH prior years before the NFL's founding the Chicago cardinals were Oh really Even more important I think than the bears or a lot of other teams even the ones that start in the NFL because they were part of the Chicago football scene gene the pro football scene in in the windy city That preceded the NFL. I remember that You know the the pro football game really wasn't the the thing until not even after the. NFL got started took years to kind of GEL. We talked about many previous episodes. But there were you know much like Baseball in the eighteen eighteen. Seventy eight hundred eighty s the rumblings of how a sport professionalized itself from the ranks amateurs and in particular college football which is all all the rage back in the teens and twenties and thirties took a long time for the NFL to ascend to It's a dominant professional firmament in the sports landscape ended up the cardinals the Chicago cardinals were instrumental in. Very seminal in all of that we're going to get into all of that as well as their shall how we say very curious years in the great city of Chicago with our guest Josie Emba and the Chicago cardinals. The football cardinals of the Abuts nineteen twenty to nineteen sixty or so and we get to that in just a moment's time but before we do so we want to say hello and welcome to one of our long time sponsors and one of our best of course and that's our friends at streaker sports streaker sports dot com is the place to go to enjoy just about all of the fun and interesting garb. That streaker sports has they fancy themselves as the purveyor of sports culture and once you go to the site at streaker sports dot com. You will understand why they say that and And with authority because you'll find shirts caps and all kinds of other shorts. 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"Was June nineteenth eighteen sixty five took more than two and a half years after Abraham Lincoln's emancipation, proclamation went into effect for union union troops to land in Galveston, Texas. They carried with them, the message of freedom, the resolution of the civil war between the states to the many slaves. Threw out Texas June teeth still celebrated throughout the world, a legal state holiday in Texas and Oklahoma. Enjoy the day off nineteen twelve the United States. Government adopted a new rule for all working folks. It established an eight hour work day at the time don't know if that came quick with a lunch or not nineteen forty three. The National Football League approved the merger of the Philadelphia Eagles in the Pittsburgh Steelers the Spiegel's, and I'm not making that up team lasted all of one year. They denied a similar merger of the Chicago cardinals and the Chicago Bears. The following year the Steelers would merge with the cardinals another one season expedition reason teams were merging in the nineteen forty should be evident. So many men were in the armed forces due to World War, Two football players were at a premium nineteen Seventy-three Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds reached the two thousand career hit plateau that milestone milestone came ten years after his first professional baseball appearance in Cincinnati..
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"Point nine FM and w VM news win, you dot com. WBZ news time nine oh five. It's Saturday may eleventh. Good morning. I'm Jim goodies, cloudy skies. Forty nine degrees at O'Hare AccuWeather says we're heading up to a mostly cloudy, high fifty seven could see a shower here or there. We'll have the complete WBZ AccuWeather five day forecast. Coming up in just a few minutes. Our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ m a former teacher from Arlington heights has been found. Guilty of molesting a child in Arizona. We get the story from WBZ micros forty eight year old Thomas Chantrey pastor had been a teacher at Christian liberty academy in Arlington heights from twenty two to twenty six before that he led a church in Prescott Arizona, and that's where he was convicted of molesting an eleven year old boy prosecutors say it occurred more than two decades ago, they say he told the child he would be punished by God. If he reported the abuse. Chantrey faces more charges in Arizona. Aggravated assault child molestation and child abuse from allegations dating between nineteen ninety eight and two thousand the daily herald reports he was accused of battery for allegedly severely spanking a five year old student at Christian liberty in two thousand four but the parents declined to press charges, Mike Crausser, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. The teen mother and father of a baby boy abandoned in an alley earlier. This week are charged by prosecutors with attempted murder. Police say the sixteen year old mother and seventeen year old father accused of abandoning the babies shortly after birth and putting him in a bag in an alien the thirty seven hundred block of north Polaski. Investigators say the baby's grandmother retrieved the baby and took him to the fire station, the baby was then taken to a hospital a forty three year old man is facing charges after he is accused by police have stabbing Chicago police officer during a confrontation yesterday Damian Brooks is charged with one felony count of aggravated battery to. To a peace officer police say they responded to reports of a battery one hundred thirty second king, Dr Brooks's accused by police have stabbing caillat district officer in the neck and arm when he tried to take him into custody. The twenty seven year old officer was taken to a hospital listed in good condition. Chicago cardinal blaze soup, which has condemned what he calls anti semitic statements made by nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, southside, Catholic.
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"I refuse to acknowledge that it's so great. And I am also calling into question. One thing. I thought the bears in the cardinals were the only two franchises that were in existence from that inaugural year right is in Arizona celebrating. And of course, they were the Chicago cardinals. And they went to Saint Louis, then they went out west. Thanks cardinals became the Arizona Cardinals. Right, right. Yes. You're absolutely correct. So I thought that the cardinals joined the bears as the two franchises that are still in existence from that inaugural season. But nevertheless, it's not the Packers are the Browns the Steelers or the giants or anybody else the bears turn one hundred and to celebrate that the bears and Packers will open the season. But they will not have an extra numeral underlines the rest of the schedule come out way. You know, usually you for the. My guest is a couple of weeks. We'll get the official date. I don't think we have an official date for bears Packers in London, excuse me. Bare raiders in London. We don't so we'll get all that in the next couple of weeks here Vegas did said it's over unders for the NFL season bears are set at nine and a half, by the way. Makes sense e v most I'm sorry, the six most in the NFL patriots at eleven chiefs ten and a half Rams at ten and a half saints at ten and a half charges at ten in the bears colts in eagles all at nine and a half. And I would think it's going to be over at least. I hope so because if they only went nine I think it's going to be a disappointing year for our beloved Chicago Bears twenty two teams now more than twenty four teams are predicted to win at least eight games where they put their number at eight at eight games you, and you know, that doesn't happen. No. Of course. No that doesn't happen. So the value comes in the under obviously, the under is where the value is. You just gotta fight which of those teams are gonna end up being in. You can make a killing this this to me looks like you can make a killing here. How is Hawaii by the way? It was fantastic vacation. We enjoyed it. Could the Pearl Harbor thing. Always very emotional on out by the USS, Arizona. Nice footage the National Park Service is wonderful job. Now, they've really got to we went onto both in the submarine there. They do a great job of explaining everything in the video. It's it's fantastic. So had a good time out. There was fun with diamond head. Love it. I've done that. That'd be a little bit of education because I had two young ladies with me. Daughter my daughter. So it was good time fun time we went and we drove around the whole island that long about six hours. No nine. Did you try surfing? No, no. When I was in Hawaii was not fun. Let's not get ridiculous. I mean, you're a good athlete kid. You only stand on my two feet knees. Hurt for heaven's sake. You still have good hands in good feet. I figured maybe give John was great..
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"Did it five ten and wanting? And he is looking to be. The shortest quarterback. Taken in the first round of the NFL draft. Since nineteen fifty three. Wayne tech Marchibroda. Was the fifth overall pick for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Now, Ted Marchibroda I would fake pretty much everyday recognizes his name and associates him with being a head coach in the NFL, but Ted Marchibroda played four years. In the NFL. Three with the Steelers won with. What was then the Chicago cardinals? And he made eleven starts. He was four and seven were they forty four and a half percent completion percentage. Fifteen touchdowns and twenty nine interceptions. I feel very confident. That Keiler Murray would have better statistics. Then Ted Marchibroda. Because he's probably way more athletic and better and be because well, the NFL's changed just a little bit since one thousand nine hundred fifty three. They actually throw passes that are designed to be caught by your team as opposed to. Yeah. Just throw it up. We'll see what.
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"Jeez. The LA Rams improved to eleven in one. They clinched the NFC west division with the thirty two sixteen win over Detroit at Ford field and Ross the Rams have won consecutive division titles. The first time since nineteen seventy eight seventy nine while that's back when they had like, Jack young blood, and they were going to Super Bowls the thing that's impressive about this one to me Bri is they got off to a very sluggish start. I mean, they they hadn't played since that Monday night or against the chiefs, and they did not look good at all. I mean, Jared Goff was making mistakes or give alliance and credit there. But this is a poor performance by the Rams and they won by fourteen points on the road. That is impressive you perform you have a very rusty poor game. And you still win like that. So impressive. I mean, Erin. Donald never seemingly takes a week off. He's incredible. The lions to everything Adam tailored decker. Touchdown the onside kick me in the lines and everything they could. But it wasn't enough. And they still lose by two touchdowns to a Rams team. That has the best record in football. And they do not want to have to play in the Superdome in January. The cardinals won in Green Bay for the first time since nineteen forty nine when they were the Chicago cardinals. You talked about McCarthy being fired the final in this one twenty to seventeen. How about my guy? Chase edmunds. Now, I will say this chase. Chase is a rookie running back from Fordham, who's from here in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania the state capital where I reside. And love it by the way, he had two touchdowns yesterday which killed me chase because I'm trying to make sure I make the playoffs in the fantasy fees redraft league. And I have David Johnson. So I'm happy for chase Edmunds personally, but very angry because that might end up being the differentiator between me making the play offs and the feast redraft league or not which isn't good. But it is good for the cardinals that they have a nice one to punch with Edmunds and David Johnson, which really helps this was a Jain Norma's win for Steve Wilks Jain Norma's. I mean as bad as the raiders loss wasn't home. That's how big it is. For cardinals franchise. Is to win in lambofield against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers a very ineffective Aaron Rodgers. I might add. And maybe we need to talk a little bit more about him. And the fact that he's playing role in nobody ever wants to ever criticize Rogers. He's not playing merely well enough seventeen points against the cardinals at home over fifty passes. The only ran the ball eleven times they're trying to put on Aaron Rodgers shoulders, and frankly, he's not able to deliver. He's unable to make it happen. The other guy the other thing about the game. It was interesting is we talk about kickers Zane Gonzalez had a better game than Mason Crosby and that ended up being one of the major differences in the game. The Houston Texans defeated the Cleveland Browns twenty nine thirteen they have now won nine consecutive games. It's the longest active streak in the NFL. Texans. The first team in league history to win nine consecutive games. Immediately following an own three start to the season. So I was not expecting this. I really wasn't. I thought that the proun- had some momentum. I thought they'd come out fast Texans after Monday night game. That is not what happened. I mean. Baker Mayfield came out and had a rough rough start. And it's funny because the NFL has a way of humbling you pretty quickly and I said all week last week..
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"Nine Chicago cardinals. Fullback Ernie never sets an NFL record for the most points scored in a single game with all forty in the cardinals forty to sixty route of the Chicago Bears. Never had a record six touchdowns and four extra points this week in one thousand nine thirty four the Detroit Lions would host their first Thanksgiving Day game tradition. That continues today. This cargo bears beat Detroit nineteen sixteen. This game was also the first NFL game to be broadcast nationally as NBC radio. Aired the game on ninety four stations across the country this week in nineteen seventy-five Bobby ORR plays his last game for the Boston. Bruins. He missed the rest of the season due to a knee injury. In the next year. He signed with the Chicago Blackhawks and this week in two thousand thirteen and one of the greatest finishes in college football history. And with one of the longest running rivalries in college football history. The iron bowl Alabama lines up for what they hoped would be the game winning fifty seven yard field goal from Adam Griffith. But Chris Davis catches the ball at the. The back of the end zone and runs it all the way back to send Auburn to the victory. Thirty four at twenty eight. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Senate Tonio breaking news, traffic, and weather NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. Every minute. Two hundred and fifty babies are born three violent crimes are committed in the United States. Fifty five thousand barrels of oil are used lightning strikes. The year three hundred sixty times five million tons of garbage will be created the national debt will increase by two million dollars. A lot can happen in a minute. So just think how much can happen in ten minutes. Get updated on your traffic and weather every ten minutes. Newsradio twelve hundred w away. Fox news. I'm Richard Jordan,.
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"Nine Chicago cardinals. Fullback Ernie never sets an NFL record for the most points scored in a single game with all forty in the cardinals forty to sixty route of the Chicago Bears. Never had a record six touchdowns and four extra points this week in one thousand nine thirty four the Detroit Lions would host their first Thanksgiving Day game tradition. That continues today. The Chicago Bears beat Detroit nineteen sixteen. This game was also the first NFL game to be broadcast nationally as NBC radio. Aired the game on ninety four stations across the country this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy five Bobby ORR places last game for the Boston Bruins. He missed the rest of the season due to a knee injury. In the next year. He signed with the Chicago Blackhawks and this week in twenty thirteen and one of the greatest finishes in college football history. And with one of the longest running rivalries in college football history. The iron bowl Alabama lines up for what they hoped would be the game winning fifty seven yard field goal from Adam Griffin. Chris. Davis catches the ball at the back of the end zone and runs at all the way back to send Auburn to the victory. Thirty four to twenty eight that's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Now, a look back at this week in history this week in fifteen twenty after sailing through the dangerous straits below South America. The now bear his name Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan enters the Pacific Ocean. With three ships becoming the first European explorer to reach the Pacific from the Atlantic this week in nineteen fourteen the new York Stock Exchange reopened for bond trading. After nearly four months, the longest stoppage in the exchanges history. The outbreak of World War One in Europe. Forced the new York Stock Exchange has shut its doors on July thirty first nineteen fourteen after a large number of foreign investors began selling their holdings in hopes of raising money for the war effort, all of the world's financial markets followed suit and closed their doors by August. I this week in nine hundred forty the influential comedian and actor Richard Pryor who rose to fame in Hollywood. In the seventies and appeared in such hit films. A silver streak was born in Peoria, Illinois. According to his two thousand five of victory in the New York Times at the height of his career in the late seventies. Mr. prior proud, the stage, like a restless cat dispensing with critics regarded as the most poignant and penetrating comedic view of African American life ever afforded the American public and this week in two thousand four after winning seventy four straight games and more than two and a half million dollars a record for US. Game shows jeopardy contestant, Ken Jennings, loses Jennings. Extended winning streak gave the game show a huge ratings boost and turn the software engineer from Salt Lake City into a TV hero and household name. At least temporarily Barbara Walters named him one of the ten most fascinating people of the year. That's your.
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"Nine Chicago cardinals. Fullback Ernie never sets an NFL record for the most points scored in a single game with all forty in the cardinals forty to sixty route of the Chicago Bears. Never had a record six touchdowns and four extra points this week in one thousand nine thirty four the Detroit Lions would host their first Thanksgiving Day game tradition. That continues today. The Chicago Bears beat Detroit nineteen sixteen. This game was also the first NFL game to be broadcast nationally as NBC radio air. Game on ninety four stations across the country this week in nineteen seventy-five, Bobby ORR places. His last game for the Boston Bruins. He missed the rest of the season due to a knee injury. In the next year. He signed with the Chicago Blackhawks and this week in two thousand thirteen and one of the greatest finishes in college football history. And with one of the longest running rivalries in college football history. The iron bowl Alabama lines up for what they hoped would be the game. Winning fifty seven yard field goal from Adam Griffith, the Chris. Davis catches the ball at the back of the end zone and runs at all the way back to send Auburn to the victory. Thirty four to twenty eight that's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Addiction to painkillers or heroin is a disease. It's called a disease because critical parts of the brain which influence behavior. Judgment are changed in unhealthy ways. Just quitting isn't enough. Because the changes to the brain still remain and causes cravings and other symptoms that often drive patients to relapse despite their willpower. Yes. Addiction is a disease of the best way to fight a disease is with the help of Dr science.
Investigator, Francis And Chicago discussed on WBBM Evening News
"Time ten fifty two Francis is named the Vatican's top sex abuse investigator to a committee that will hold a summit in February to take action against the sexual abuse of children by pedophile priests. The Reverend hands-on or is the point person for the group he will be assisted by abuse survivors and also by Chicago cardinal blaze pitch.
Pope Francis selects Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich to group organizing abuse summit
"After the sex abuse crisis. Pope Francis is giving a major role to Chicago's cardinal blazed. Super-rich are John Dempsey has more ABC seven says the Vatican is giving cardinal soup responsibility. For planning an unprecedented. February meeting of bishops around the world in Rome to set new clergy sex abuse policies. Those policies could include disciplined for bishops if they violate the rules and cardinal soup, which will have a major role in setting those policies. The cardinal tells ABC seven Francis is very serious about this. He also calls it a major step as the pope deals with the crisis. That has rocked the Catholic church. John Dempsey
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"Three two games. You're interested in this weekend aside from the Cowboys game. Well aside from the Cowboys game. There's one NFL game that really has my attention and your the Houston Texans versus the Washington Redskins and win or lose. What the Dallas Cowboys game that game still means a whole hell of a lot. So you need to be rooting for a Houston team more than I've ever been rooting for a Houston team. All right. Here's the good news for their Colby. You only have to route until the first score of the game right games over. So the Texans are three point favorites. Even though they're on the road. We told you. This fact, I think last week. The Redskins have not had a single lead change in a game all season long. Do you want to take it to the next level of crazy town? Sure. Nine straight games to start the season without a lead change the last team to do that the nineteen fifty four Washington Redskins. And if you wanna make it even weirder that team went three and nine their biggest win thirty seven to twenty over the Chicago cardinals their biggest loss sixty two to three to the Cleveland Browns. The Chicago cardinals. Right. That was a team. That's right. Win the one thousand nine hundred fifty four least. But think about that think about that their biggest win and their biggest loss that year are against teams that no longer exists under that formation like there's no Chicago cardinals. And the Cleveland Browns are now the Baltimore Ravens and the last team to go this long without a lead. Change was also the Redskins, but it was sixty four years ago. That's insane is crazy from the nine zero three better versus joke. Fennell only football. Okay. Make sure guys the game. I can't wait for is Packers. This is at Seattle. I believe. Aaron Rodgers as poise. What.
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"What would be the freight so we tried to get them into population bases where there was at least byerly baseball tanks but his is bigger co uh dream was to you'll have a lotta team to to get started to to help pay the bills uh for the league and continue to grow but he really wanted a smaller major cities elite which is why he eventually guy uh with this reorganisation starting in nineteen twenty seven twenty eight and twenty nine he went from small town kings into majorleague cities of the that the padma bulldogs in akron pros and the toledo malone's and teams like those fell off and favor of the chicago bears the chicago cardinal the new york giants uh uh you week put several different attempts him in cities like buffalo in cleveland detroit had several teams before they finally settled on the lions so it was his vision that did that i actually have a newspaper story um jack that uh in 1930 uh thirty three 19th 33 he's visiting uh in minneapolis minnesota but minor league baseball executives meeting and heating learned of the city fathers we're going to build a an arena in minneapolis and he's quoted as saying if they had the proper vision they would understand that our game is moving towards indoors and if they wish smart they would build better reno to be large enough to facilitate pro football so they do 33 he's talking about dumpster stumps lead to this they get this is the kind of beijing the guy had not to go and stadiums leader minnesota's had a super bowl so it's uh you know it was that kind of vision that made joe cars so special in without his vision delete would never have made it through the twenty our own detroit need of ms you grab joe dilemma lear police her my buddy the beers and one of the kindness gentleness gelling and say no uh you know i can't say enough about him i've known him since.