Guy Chamberlin

Playing career

Coaching career

  • Canton Bulldogs (1922-1923)
  • Cleveland Bulldogs (1924 )
  • Frankford Yellow Jackets (1925-1926)
  • Chicago Cardinals (1927 )

Berlin Guy Chamberlin ( born January 16, 1894 in Blue Springs, Nebraska, † April 4, 1967 in Lincoln, Nebraska ) Nickname: The Champ, an American American football player and coach in his twenties was.

1922 Chamberlin was player-manager of the Canton Bulldogs. After two undefeated years in which he also won the national championship, his team was sold to Cleveland. In 1924, he was then able to celebrate with the Cleveland Bulldogs the third title in a row. The following year, he left the club in the direction of the Frankford Yellowjackets, with whom he was finally able to celebrate his fourth title win in 1926. In 1927 he moved to the Chicago Cardinals, but was there again dismissed as coach after a disappointing season with only three wins. After he then played one more year with the Cardinals, he eventually ended his career.

Chamberlin is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame and was elected to the 1920s All- Decade team of the NFL.