PHOTOS: The Chicago Bears’ Honey Bears

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The Honey Bears were the Chicago Bears’ cheerleaders during the 1970s and 1980s.

Established in 1976, the Honey Bears only lasted until 1986. Despite pleas, Virginia McCaskey, the daughter of Bears founder George Halas, has said the Bears will never have cheerleaders while she owns the team.

Above take a look at a gallery of the Honey Bears during their decade run.

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