The Chicago Rockets were an American football team that played in the All-America Football Conference from 1946 to 1949. During the 1949 season, the team was known as the Chicago Hornets. The Rockets played their home games at Soldier Field.
The Chicago Rockets franchise was owned by Chicago trucking executive John L. "Jack" Keeshin, president of the National Jockey Club that owned and operated Sportsman's Park race track in Cicero, Illinois. He originally attempted to purchase the Chicago White Sox from the Comiskey family but was turned down. In a market where the Chicago Bears and Chicago Cardinals were already well established, Keeshin stood little chance of success. He did cause a stir by attempting to sign Chicago Bears stars Sid Luckman, George McAfee and Hugh Gallarneau without success.
- COLOR: Heather Grey
- SIZES: Trim athletic fit
- MATERIAL: 100% Cotton T-Shirt
- Chicago Rockets Vintage Faded Print
- Heavy vintage wash for soft hand-feel
- Ribbed knit collar
- Contemporary Fit; A Closer Fit, Cleaner At The Sides
- Super Soft And Well-Worn
- Water-Based Screen-Print Graphic
- Machine Washable
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