The oldest continuously playing team in the National Football League has moved around so much they could be considered nomads. That would be the (now) Arizona Cardinals (since 1994), formerly the Chicago Cardinals (1920), St. Louis Cardinals (1960), and Phoenix Cardinals (1988). The team started in 1898 as the Morgan Athletic Club in Chicago and was one of the founding teams in the American Professional Football Association in 1920. The APFA became the NFL in 1922.
While the Cardinals were moving around the country, the other Chicago team was staying put after one move, from Decatur Ill. to Chicago in
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