One of the fastest men in the NFL, Keith Molesworth was an elusive back and quarterback for the Bears during the 1930s. “Moley” was a superb athlete who moved from halfback to the Bears’ T-Formation quarterback. He was also a superb kick and punt returner. An outstanding all-around athlete, Molesworth also played minor league baseball. Molesworth played for the Bears from 1931-1937. He was on the 1932 and 1933. Championship teams. Molesworth went on to coach the backfield for the U. S. Naval Academy for 8 years and then on to coach professionally at various levels. Molesworth was All-Pro in 1932.
New Sporting Chance Press Football Book for Youth:
PAPA BEAR AND THE CHICAGO BEARS’ WINNING WAYS reviews the exciting story of George Halas and his dynamic role in professional football for those in middle school. Halas who was present in the first days of the National Football League (NFL) all the way into the modern age of football. Author Patrick McCaskey, a Chicago Bears Vice President and Director, is a grandson of Papa Bear George Halas. McCaskey highlights his grandfather’s life with key events from the 20th century. McCaskey follows Halas as a student, athlete, soldier, coach, team owner—a man of commerce and community. Halas’s 20th century path is laid out before readers.