The Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers tied at 1-13 for the worst record in the 1969 NFL season. There being no tie breakers in place during the time, the tie was broken by a toss of the coin. Bears executive Ed McCaskey called the toss incorrectly giving the Steelers the #1 overall choice and the Bears the #2 overall choice. The Steelers selected Terry Bradshaw #1 and the Bears traded the #2 to the Packers.
Ironically, had there been tie breakers in place at the time, the Steelers would have still received the #1 choice as the Bears only victory in the 1969 season came over the Steelers.
Devin Hester was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the 2nd round, 57th overall, in 2006.
Brian Urlacher is #54 on the Chicago Bears Football Team.
133-78 the bears in the 1940s beat the redskins 73-0 largest margin victory.
Mike Ditka's jersey number was number 89 when he played with the Chicago Bears. The Bears retired his number in December of 2013.
Brian Urlacher- Chiacgo Bears
The Bears first round draft choice in 2003, the 14th choice overall, was defensive end Michael Haynes out of Penn State.
The Chicago Bears traded Thomas Jones to the New York Jets in March, 2007 along with a second round choice in the 2007 draft for the Jets' second round choice in the 2007 NFL draft. The Bears' selection was the 63rd overall choice and the Jets' was the 37th overall choice.
The Chicago Bears have a won/loss record of 705-515 as of the end of the 2008 season.
Chris Conte is number 47 on the Chicago Bears.
Jordan Mills is number 67 on the Chicago Bears.
Jordan Palmer is number 2 on the Chicago Bears.
Kelvin Hayden is number 24 on the Chicago Bears.
Khaseem Greene is number 59 on the Chicago Bears.
Marquess Wilson is number 10 on the Chicago Bears.
Martellus Bennett is number 83 on the Chicago Bears.
Matt Slauson is number 68 on the Chicago Bears.
Nate Collins is number 93 on the Chicago Bears.