There appears to be movement with the Chicago Bears ownership. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, owners are expected to vote this week on a potential sale of a small percentage of shares from one of George Halas’ grandchildren to the McCaskey family which controls the team. The chairman is George McCaskey. Halas grandchildren want to sell shares of team to McCaskeys. One of Mugs Halas’s two children has opted to sell a stake in the team, a small percentage of the franchise’s total ownership. That portion of the team is less than 10 percent that will be sold back to the Bears. This potential sale is being brought up now to avoid potential future problems. It appears the Bears want to address them in advance.