Chicago Cardinals 1923 Prior to the opening of the 1923 season, the Cardinals shipped local favorite Lenny Sachs to the Milwaukee Badgers (NFL team). Sachs, a 175-pound end out of Chicago's Loyola University, was a solid, experienced receiver and a good guy to boot. Needing a receiving end with Sachs out of the picture, the Cardinals signed Notre Dame's quick running All-American Roger Kiley, who would be united with former college teammate Eddie Anderson, who already was at the other end position. Both Kiley and Anderson were well-regarded high end performers and gave the south-siders the needed speed to challenge for the NFL title. Cardinals' owner Chris O'Brien next step was replacing player/coach John 'Paddy' Driscoll with player/coach Arnie Horween - still playing under the assumed name of McMahon... but that's another story. O'Brien wanted Driscoll to be free of the coaching duties so as to be able to give his full attention to playing quarterback, or halfback or field goal kicking.