The Chicago Bears have been owned by one family since the 1920s, but that could soon change.
According to a report, a sale could be coming in the near future and that's because there's some "internal strife going on among family members to sell ... now."
The team has a board of directors made up of eight individuals and currently, five of those eight are members of the McCaskey family.
George Halas paid $100 for the team in 1920 and the Bears are worth an estimated $3.5 billion now.