This Sunday, ESPN will be running a documentary that features Chicago Bears owner, Virginia McCaskey.

The Chicago Bears are one of the storied franchises in the NFL. They are celebrating their 100th anniversary this season. The team has been owned by the same family since the beginning. Of course, started by George Halas. When he passed away, his daughter, Virginia McCaskey, took the reigns. At 96, she's still sharp as a knife and has high expectations for the Monsters of the Midway.

According to chicagobears.com,

"Bears owner Virginia McCaskey is featured prominently in a documentary that will make its television debut Sunday, Aug. 25 on ESPN from noon-1:30 p.m. (CT). “A Lifetime of Sundays” offers an in-depth look at the history of the NFL from the unique perspective of four iconic female owners: Mrs. McCaskey, Martha Firestone Ford (Lions), Norma Hunt (Chiefs) and Patricia Rooney (Steelers)."

If you don't have ESPN, it will be shown on ABC (WTVO channel 17 in Rockford) on September 1st at 2:30pm.

Sounds like a much see show for Bear fans.


 

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