What GSH on Chicago Bears uniform stands for

NBC Sports Chicago Staff
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What GSH on Chicago Bears uniform stands for originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

The Chicago Bears was a founding team of the NFL and consequently have a rich and decorated history after over 100 seasons of football.

And they've tried to honor that history in numerous ways.

One of which is the letters GSH on the shoulder of their uniforms.

And what does GSH stand for? George S. Halas, the founder of the Bear.

Not only did Halas found the Bears, he also was a player and head coach. In fact, his No. 7 jersey is one 14 numbers the Bears have retired.

The Bears are still owned by the Halas family, primarily by his daughter Virginia McCaskey.

The Bears practice facility also bears the Halas name.

Halas won eiught NFL championships and was twice named the coach of the year by the Associated Press.

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