These Franchise Quarterbacks Didn’t Finish Their Career With The Same Team

Football | 2/22/19

Jim McMahon

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Despite playing for several teams, McMahon was best known as the offensive leader for the 1985 Chicago Bears. During his six seasons in the Windy City, he helped the team win Super Bowl XX. After a fall out with coach Mike Ditka, McMahon was traded to the San Diego Chargers in 1989. He wound up playing for the Eagles, Vikings, and Cardinals.

But, Bears fans don’t want to remember McMahon playing for the Green Bay Packers, where he won Super Bowl XXI as Brett Favre’s backup.