The 20 Biggest Baddest Bears of All Time; #15 George Musso
No. 15 George Musso
George Musso (photo courtesty of ChicacgoBears.com)
At 6’2”, 260 lbs, Musso was one of the biggest, if not the biggest, players of his era. Musso was a fearsome blocker on offense both as a pass-blocker and as a pulling guard. He was the team captain for nine years during the 1930s.
His skills as a blocker and defender made teams completely alter their game plans, which was not as commonplace in the NFL as it is today.
Musso is one of the Bears’ 27 players who have been enshrined in Canton.