The 20 Biggest Baddest Bears of All Time; #10 Clyde "Bulldog" Turner
No. 10 Clyde "Bull Dog" Turner
Clyde Bulldog Turner (photo courtesy of ChicagoBears.com via AP)
Another nickname that says it all about the type of player Turner was. He played center on offense and a linebacker for the Bears in the ’40s. In addition to those duties, Turner played guard, tackle and eventually saw time at halfback for the Bears during the years they won multiple NFL championships.
Turner was fast, strong and a tenacious blocker and tackler. Going both ways, he earned his way into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and goes down as one of the toughest players the Bears have known.