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Harold "Red" Grange
Wheaton (H. S.)

Position: RB
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H.S. Graduation: 1922
College: Illinois
Bio: Three-time All-America at Illinois where he earned the name "Galloping Ghost". Still holds the highest scoring average for both career & season in Illinois high school football, set in 1920 & 1918-21.
Pro Career: Helped bring the 1st huge crowds to pro football when he signed with Chicago Bears in 1925; formed 1st AFL with manager-promoter C.C. Pyle in 1926 and played with the New York Yankees (AFL) 1926-1927, but league folded and he returned to Bears from 1929-1934. Elected into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1963.

Player updated; February 9, 2005

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