Wrigley Field hosted the most NFL football games of any venue until 2003, when the Giants & Jets beat the record in Giants Stadium in New Jersey.

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The Chicago Bears of the National Football League played at Wrigley Field from 1921 to 1970 before relocating to Soldier Field. The team had transferred from Decatur, and retained the name "Staleys" for the 1921 season. They renamed themselves the "Bears" in order to identify with the baseball team, a common practice in the NFL in those days.