Jim McMahon returns to ‘The League’ for season premiere

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Fantasy football pretty much takes over the minds of football fans once the first week of the NFL starts. It’s with that background that the show “The League” has become so popular.

The show focuses on a group of friends and their fantasy football league, set in Chicago. All the players are supposed to be Bears fans, which is why the season seven premiere brought back one of the most memorable Bears of all time.

Jim McMahon, the punky QB himself, returned for another episode. The former Bears quarterback was first in an episode in 2012, but returns for the final season.

In the episode, the characters head to the actual NFL draft, hosted in Chicago. The premiere ends with McMahon announcing a draft pick for the Bears. The name announced was Bears actual third round draft pick Hroniss Grasu.

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