Hammond Pros

The Hammond Pros from Hammond, Indiana played in the National Football League from 1920 to 1926 as a traveling team.

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1920 Hammond Pros Season
... The 1920 Hammond Pros season was the franchise's inaugural season in the American Professional Football Association (APFA) and second as an American football team ... The Pros entered 1920 coming off a 4-win, 2-loss, 3-tie (4–2–3) record in 1919 as an independent team ... The Pros opened the 1920 season with a 26–0 loss to the Rock Island Independents ...
Paul Des Jardien - Biography - Professional Football and World War I
... Des Jardien played professional football in 1919 for the Hammond Pros ... The 1919 Hammond Pros also featured George Halas at wide receiver ... The Hammond Pros played most of their games in Chicago's Cub Park, now known as Wrigley Field ...
Hammond, Indiana - Sports - The Hammond Pros (1920–1924)
... The Hammond Pros was one of the America's earliest professional football teams ... Football League was formed in 1920, the Hammond Pros was a charter member, as it also was when the league changed its name to National Football League in ... teams, it did so by simply folding smaller franchises the Hammond Pros (which never played a home game in Hammond) was moved to Akron, Ohio, and became the Akron Pros in 1925 ...

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