Staley da Bear is the name of the Chicago Bears' mascot. He is named after A. E. Staley, who originally founded the Bears' franchise with George S. Halas in 1919. For more information: http://www.answers.com/topic/staley-da-bear
The Chicago Bears Mascot is a bear named Staley. the name comes from the original team named the Decatur Staleys. Staley da Bear is the mascot for the team called the Chicago Bears. Before Staley da Bear there were other official mascots. The mascot is well known.
Clark became the first official mascot of the Chicago Cubs on January 13, 2014. Clark is a fictional character descended from Joa, the original live Bear's mascot in 1916. Clark is named for Clark Street, the street which borders the third base side of Wrigley Field. Clark is a "young, friendly Cub" who greets fans at Wrigley Field and is there when kids run the bases on Family Sundays.
A bird named Tommy Hawk
The Bears were never the Cardinals they were the Decatur Staleys, later named Chicago Bears. The Chicago Cardinals were another Chicago owned team that moved around after the 50's and now reside in Arizona.
No. Layne Staley did not have any children.
Lovie Smith was named head coach of the Chicago Bears on January 15, 2004. The 2008 season will be his 5th as head coach of the Bears.
No but there is a Patriots corner back named Brandon Browner
The Bears were formed in 1920 in Decatur, Illinois as a football club for A.E. Staley's starch manufacturing company. They spent the 1920 season as the Decatur Staley's but moved to Chicago in 1921 to capture a larger fan base and played as the Chicago Staleys. In 1922 Staley sold the team to George Halas and Dutch Sternaman and Halas renamed them the Chicago Bears.
Jerry Angelo has been GM of the Chicago Bears since 2001.
Because there was once a magical bear from Chicago named Ben. He saved the town from alot of seagull attacks. He loved Math, And his calculator.
It is a lion named daren