Toledo Maroons

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The Toledo Maroons were a professional American football team based in Toledo, Ohio in the National Football League in 1922 and 1923.wikipedia
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The Toledo Maroons were a professional American football team based in Toledo, Ohio in the National Football League in 1922 and 1923.
The NFL fielded 18 teams during the season, including new league teams such as the Milwaukee Badgers, the Oorang Indians, the Racine Legion, and the Toledo Maroons.

Toledo, Ohio

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The Toledo Maroons were a professional American football team based in Toledo, Ohio in the National Football League in 1922 and 1923.

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Prior to joining the NFL, the Maroons played in the unofficial "Ohio League" from 1902 until 1921.

Dayton Triangles

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Beginning in 1915, the Maroons were playing some very strong opposition, including such future NFL teams as the Columbus Panhandles, the Dayton Gym Cadets (later known as the Dayton Triangles), and the Cincinnati Celts.
During their championship run, the Triangles defeated future NFL teams, the Toledo Maroons, Hammond Pros, Columbus Panhandles and Detroit Heralds.

Kenosha Maroons

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The team's players and personnel did eventually move to Kenosha, Wisconsin to play as the Kenosha Maroons for the 1924 season.
Prior to the 1924 season, the NFL ordered the Toledo Maroons, based in Toledo, Ohio to either transfer or suspend operations.

1923 NFL season

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The Toledo Maroons were a professional American football team based in Toledo, Ohio in the National Football League in 1922 and 1923.

1924 NFL season

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The team's players and personnel did eventually move to Kenosha, Wisconsin to play as the Kenosha Maroons for the 1924 season.
The Louisville Brecks, Oorang Indians, St. Louis All Stars and Toledo Maroons folded.

Armory Park

However, in 1908, the Association was forced to disband after the owners of Armory Park, where the team played, no longer wanted the field torn up by cleats.

Guil Falcon

Guilford W. "Hawk" Falcon (December 15, 1892 – July 28, 1982) was a professional American football player, owner and coach who spent six season, from 1920 to 1925, in the National Football League (NFL) with the Akron Pros, Canton Bulldogs, Chicago Tigers, Hammond Pros, Rochester Jeffersons and the Toledo Maroons.

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The Toledo Maroons were a professional American football team based in Toledo, Ohio in the National Football League in 1922 and 1923.

National Football League

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The Toledo Maroons were a professional American football team based in Toledo, Ohio in the National Football League in 1922 and 1923.

Semi-professional sports

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The Maroons originated as a semi-pro football team known as the Toledo Athletic Association, in 1902.

Farm team

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The Association formed the Toledo Maroons in 1906 as a farm team for teenagers who could later move up to playing for the Association's senior team.

Columbus Panhandles

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Beginning in 1915, the Maroons were playing some very strong opposition, including such future NFL teams as the Columbus Panhandles, the Dayton Gym Cadets (later known as the Dayton Triangles), and the Cincinnati Celts.

Cincinnati Celts

Beginning in 1915, the Maroons were playing some very strong opposition, including such future NFL teams as the Columbus Panhandles, the Dayton Gym Cadets (later known as the Dayton Triangles), and the Cincinnati Celts.

Canton Bulldogs

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However, when they were blasted 28–0 in the last game of the season by the Canton Bulldogs, the Toledo squad played its last game.

Kenosha, Wisconsin

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The team's players and personnel did eventually move to Kenosha, Wisconsin to play as the Kenosha Maroons for the 1924 season.

Jim Kendrick

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James Marcellus Kendrick (August 22, 1893 – November 17, 1941) was a professional American football player during the early years of the National Football League (NFL) with the Toledo Maroons, Canton Bulldogs, Louisville Brecks, Chicago Bears, Hammond Pros, Buffalo Bisons, Rochester Jeffersons, Rock Island Independents, Buffalo Rangers and the New York Giants.

John Kellison

John Snowden Kellison (November 3, 1886 – May 7, 1971) was a professional football player in the National Football League with the Canton Bulldogs and the Toledo Maroons.

Knute Rockne

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He coached the "South Bend Jolly Fellows Club" when they lost 40–0 to the Toledo Maroons.

1922 Toledo Maroons season

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The 1922 Toledo Maroons season was their inaugural season in the National Football League.