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The Original 14 NFL Teams

THE ORIGINAL 14 NFL TEAMS

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?



In 1920, the American Professional Football Association was founded during a meeting at a Hupmobile car dealership in Canton, Ohio. Jim Thorpe was elected the league's first president. After several more meetings, the league's membership was formalized. The original teams were:



Founded 1908

Folded 1927

Based in Akron, OH

Home field League Park

League NFL



AKRON PROS



The team originated in 1908 as a semi-pro team named the Akron Indians, however the name was changed to the Pros in 1920 as the team set out to become a charter member of the American Professional Football Association.



Founded 1915

Folded 1929

Based in Buffalo, NY

Home field Bison Stadium

League NFL



BUFFALO



The team had a turbulent early era; it operated under several different owners between the 1910s and 1920s and was called by many names. The franchise, experiencing financial problems in 1928, did not participate in league play.



Founded 1905

Folded 1926

Based in Canton, OH

Home field League Field

League NFL



CANTON BULLDOGS



In 1924, Sam Deutsch, the owner of the team called the Indians, bought the Canton Bulldogs and took the team nickname and players to his Cleveland franchise. These team was re-established in 1925, and the NFL considers the 1925-1926 Canton Bulldogs to be the same team as the 1920-1923 incarnation.



Founded 1920

Folded 1920

Based in Chicago, IL

Home field Cub's Park

League NFL



CHICAGO TIGERS



They played only in the first year of the NFL (1920) and, because of this, have the distinction of being the first NFL team to fold. They had a record of 2 wins, 5 losses and 1 tie. The team played its home games at Chicago's Wrigley Field (then called Cub's Park) and was the first NFL team to do so.



Founded 1931

Folded 1931

Based in Cleveland, OH

Home field Traveling team

League NFL



CLEVELAND INDIANS



It was a professional football team in the NFL for the 1931 season. The 1931 team was a league-sponsored club that only played games on the road. The NFL intended to locate this team permanently in Cleveland; however, no suitable owner was found, so the franchise folded after just one season.



Founded 1901

Folded 1926

Based in Columbus, OH

Home field Traveling Team

League NFL



COLUMBUS PANHANDLES



The origin of the name "Panhandles" was the Pennsylvania Railroad route from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Columbus called the "Panhandle Division," once owned by the Panhandle Railroad in the late 1800s.



Founded 1913

Folded 1929 to Brooklyn

Based in Dayton, OH

Home field Triangle Park

League NFL



DAYTON TRIANGLES



The Triangles were based in Dayton, Ohio, and took their nickname from their home field, Triangle Park. They were the longest-lasting traveling team in the NFL (1920-1929) and the last such "road team" until the Dallas Texans in 1952.



Founded 1919

Folded Still running

Based in Chicago, IL

Home field Soldier Field

League NFL



CHICAGO BEARS



Founded in Decatur, Ill., the team was originally called the Decatur Staleys, before it moved to Chicago in 1921. Along with the Arizona Cardinals (originally from Chicago), it is one of the only two remaining franchises from the NFL's founding.



Founded 1905

Folded 1921

Based in Detroit, MI

Home field Dinan Field

League NFL



DETROIT HERALDS



Detroit, Michigan, had four early teams in the NFL before the Detroit Lions. The Heralds played until 1920, the Tigers in 1921 (they folded midseason), the Panthers from 1925-1926, and the Wolverines in 1928.



Founded 1919

Suspended 1926

Based in Hammond, IN

Home field Cub Park

League NFL



HAMMOND PROS



They played in the NFL as a traveling team. The Pros were established by Paul Parduhn and Dr. Alva Young, in the 1926 the NFL decided to scale down to 12 teams, getting rid of many of the smaller franchises, including the Pros.



Founded 1905

Folded 1925

Based in Muncie, IN

League APFL



MUNCIE FLYERS



The team evolved from the Congerville (Muncie) Athletic Club, which dates back to at least 1905. In 1916 the Congerville Athletic Club team and the Converville Flyers team merged and Muncie was represented by the Congerville Flyers.



Founded 1898

Based in Glendale, AZ

Home field University of Phoenix Stadium

League NFL



ARIZONA CARDINALS



The team was established in Chicago in 1898 and was a charter member of the NFL in 1920. The team is the the oldest continuously run professional American football club in the United States. Along with the Chicago Bears, the club is one of two franchises still in operation since the league's founding.



Founded 1908

Folded 1925

Based in Rochester, NY

Home field Edgerton Park

League NFL



ROCHESTER JEFFERSONS



Formed as an amateur outfit by a rag-tag group of Rochester-area teenagers after the turn of the century, the team became known as the Jeffersons in reference to the locale of their playing field on Jefferson Avenue. The team folded after the 1925 NFL season.



Founded 1907

Folded 1926

Based in Rock Island, IL

Home field Browning Field

League NFL



ROCK ISLAND INDEPENDENTS



Rock Island Independent played in Douglas Park and Browning Field. Walter Flanigan was the owner of the team from 1915 to 1923. Then Dale Johnson took over and owned the team until 1926, when the team eventually folded. THE ORIGINAL 14 NFL TEAMS WHERE ARE THEY NOW? In 1920, the American Professional Football Association was founded during a meeting at a Hupmobile car dealership in Canton, Ohio. Jim Thorpe was elected the league's first president. After several more meetings, the league's membership was formalized. The original teams were: Founded 1908 Folded 1927 Based in Akron, OH Home field League Park League NFL Founded 1915 Folded 1929 Based l d in Buffalo, NY Home field Bison Stadium League NFL AKRON PROS -BUFFALO The team originated in 1908 as a semi-pro team named the Akron Indians, however the name was changed to the Pros in 1920 as the team set out to become a charter member of the American Professional Football Association. The team had a turbulent early era; it operated under several different owners between the 1910s and 1920S and was called by many names. The franchise, experiencing financial problems in 1928, did not participate in league play. Founded 1905 Folded 1926 AX Based in Canton, OH Founded 1920 Folded 1920 Based in Chicago, IL Home field Cub's Park League NFL Founded 1931 Folded 1931 Based in Cleveland, OH Home field Traveling team League NFL Home field League Field League NFL CANTON BULLDOGS CHICAGO TIGERS CLEVELAND INDIANS In 1924, Sam Deutsch, the owner of the team called the Indians, bought the Canton Bulldogs and took the team nickname and players to his Cleveland franchise. These team was re-established in 1925, and the NFL considers the 1925-1926 Canton Bulldogs to be the same team as the 1920-1923 incarnation. They played only in the first year of the NFL (1920) and, because of this, have the distinction of being the first official NFL team to fold. They had a record of 2 wins, 5 losses and i tie. The team played its home games at Chicago's Wrigley Field (then called Cub's Park) and was the first NFL team to do so. It was a professional football team in the NFL for the 1931 season. The 1931 team was a league-sponsored club that only played games on the road. The NFL intended to locate this team permanently in Cleveland; however, no suitable owner was found, so the franchise folded after just one season. Founded 1901 Folded 1926 Based in Columbus, OH Home field Traveling Team eague NFL Founded 1913 Relocated 1929toBrooklyn Based in Dayton, OH Home field Triangle Park League NFL. Founded 1919 Folded Still running Based in Chicago, IL Home field Soldier Reld League NFL COLUMBUS PANHANDLES DAYTON TRIANGLES CHICAGO BEARS The origin of the name "Panhandles" was the Pennsylvania Railroad route from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Columbus called the "Panhandle Division," once owned by the Panhandle Railroad in the late 1800s. The Triangles were based in Dayton, Ohio, and took their nickname from their home field, Triangle Park. They were the longest-lasting traveling team in the NFL (1920-1929), and the last such "road team" until the Dallas Texans in 1952. Founded in Decatur, IlI, the team was originally called the Decatur Staleys, before it moved to Chicago in 1921. Along with the Arizona Cardinals (originally from Chicago), it is one of only two remaining franchises from the NFL's founding. Founded 1905 Folded 1921 Based in Detroit, MI Home field Dinan Field League NFL Founded 1919 Suspenided 1926 Based in Hammond, IN Home field Cub Park League NFL Founded 1905 Folded 1925 Based in Muncie, IN League APFL DETROIT HERALDS HAMMOND PROS MUNCIE FLYERS Detroit, Michigan, had four carly teams in the NFL before the Detroit Lions. Heralds played until 1920, the Tigers in 1921 (they folded midseason), the Panthers from 1925-1926, and the Wolverines in 1928. They played in the NFL as a traveling team. The Pros were established by Paul Parduhn and Dr. Alva Young. Inthe 1926 the NFL decided to scale down to 12 teams, getting rid of many of the smaller franchises, including the Pros. The team evolved from the Congerville (Muncie) Athletic Club, which dates back to at least 1905. In 1916 the Congerville Athletic Club team and the Congerville Flyers team merged and Muncie was represented by the Congerville Flyers. Founded 1898 Based in Glendale, AZ Home field University of Phoenix Stadium League NFL Founded 1908 Folded 1925 Based in Rochester, NY Home field Edgerton Park League NFL. Founded 1907 Folded 1926 Based in Rock Istand, IL Home field Browning Field League NFL ARIZONA CARDINALS ROCHESTER JEFFERSONS ROCK ISLAND INDEPENDENTS The team was established in Chicago in 1898 and was a charter member of the NFL in 1920. The team is the the oldest. continuously run professional American football club in the United States. Along with the Chicago Bears, the club is one of two franchises still in operation since the league's founding. Formed as an amateur outfit by a rag-tag group of Rochester-area teenagers after the turn of the century, the team became known as the Jeffersons in reference to the locale of their playing field on lefferson Avenue The team folded after the 1925 NFL season. Rock Island Independent played in Douglas Park and Browning Field. Walter Flanigan was the owner of the team from 1915 to 1923. Then Dale Johnson took over and owned the team until 1926, when the team eventually folded. MEDICAL Sources: NFL: Chronology of Professional Football | Pro Football Hall of Fame Isurance Information provided by: http://www.medicalinsurance.org THE ORIGINAL 14 NFL TEAMS WHERE ARE THEY NOW? In 1920, the American Professional Football Association was founded during a meeting at a Hupmobile car dealership in Canton, Ohio. Jim Thorpe was elected the league's first president. After several more meetings, the league's membership was formalized. The original teams were: Founded 1908 Folded 1927 Based in Akron, OH Home field League Park League NFL Founded 1915 Folded 1929 Based l d in Buffalo, NY Home field Bison Stadium League NFL AKRON PROS -BUFFALO The team originated in 1908 as a semi-pro team named the Akron Indians, however the name was changed to the Pros in 1920 as the team set out to become a charter member of the American Professional Football Association. The team had a turbulent early era; it operated under several different owners between the 1910s and 1920S and was called by many names. The franchise, experiencing financial problems in 1928, did not participate in league play. Founded 1905 Folded 1926 AX Based in Canton, OH Founded 1920 Folded 1920 Based in Chicago, IL Home field Cub's Park League NFL Founded 1931 Folded 1931 Based in Cleveland, OH Home field Traveling team League NFL Home field League Field League NFL CANTON BULLDOGS CHICAGO TIGERS CLEVELAND INDIANS In 1924, Sam Deutsch, the owner of the team called the Indians, bought the Canton Bulldogs and took the team nickname and players to his Cleveland franchise. These team was re-established in 1925, and the NFL considers the 1925-1926 Canton Bulldogs to be the same team as the 1920-1923 incarnation. They played only in the first year of the NFL (1920) and, because of this, have the distinction of being the first official NFL team to fold. They had a record of 2 wins, 5 losses and i tie. The team played its home games at Chicago's Wrigley Field (then called Cub's Park) and was the first NFL team to do so. It was a professional football team in the NFL for the 1931 season. The 1931 team was a league-sponsored club that only played games on the road. The NFL intended to locate this team permanently in Cleveland; however, no suitable owner was found, so the franchise folded after just one season. Founded 1901 Folded 1926 Based in Columbus, OH Home field Traveling Team eague NFL Founded 1913 Relocated 1929toBrooklyn Based in Dayton, OH Home field Triangle Park League NFL. Founded 1919 Folded Still running Based in Chicago, IL Home field Soldier Reld League NFL COLUMBUS PANHANDLES DAYTON TRIANGLES CHICAGO BEARS The origin of the name "Panhandles" was the Pennsylvania Railroad route from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Columbus called the "Panhandle Division," once owned by the Panhandle Railroad in the late 1800s. The Triangles were based in Dayton, Ohio, and took their nickname from their home field, Triangle Park. They were the longest-lasting traveling team in the NFL (1920-1929), and the last such "road team" until the Dallas Texans in 1952. Founded in Decatur, IlI, the team was originally called the Decatur Staleys, before it moved to Chicago in 1921. Along with the Arizona Cardinals (originally from Chicago), it is one of only two remaining franchises from the NFL's founding. Founded 1905 Folded 1921 Based in Detroit, MI Home field Dinan Field League NFL Founded 1919 Suspenided 1926 Based in Hammond, IN Home field Cub Park League NFL Founded 1905 Folded 1925 Based in Muncie, IN League APFL DETROIT HERALDS HAMMOND PROS MUNCIE FLYERS Detroit, Michigan, had four carly teams in the NFL before the Detroit Lions. Heralds played until 1920, the Tigers in 1921 (they folded midseason), the Panthers from 1925-1926, and the Wolverines in 1928. They played in the NFL as a traveling team. The Pros were established by Paul Parduhn and Dr. Alva Young. Inthe 1926 the NFL decided to scale down to 12 teams, getting rid of many of the smaller franchises, including the Pros. The team evolved from the Congerville (Muncie) Athletic Club, which dates back to at least 1905. In 1916 the Congerville Athletic Club team and the Congerville Flyers team merged and Muncie was represented by the Congerville Flyers. Founded 1898 Based in Glendale, AZ Home field University of Phoenix Stadium League NFL Founded 1908 Folded 1925 Based in Rochester, NY Home field Edgerton Park League NFL. Founded 1907 Folded 1926 Based in Rock Istand, IL Home field Browning Field League NFL ARIZONA CARDINALS ROCHESTER JEFFERSONS ROCK ISLAND INDEPENDENTS The team was established in Chicago in 1898 and was a charter member of the NFL in 1920. The team is the the oldest. continuously run professional American football club in the United States. Along with the Chicago Bears, the club is one of two franchises still in operation since the league's founding. Formed as an amateur outfit by a rag-tag group of Rochester-area teenagers after the turn of the century, the team became known as the Jeffersons in reference to the locale of their playing field on lefferson Avenue The team folded after the 1925 NFL season. Rock Island Independent played in Douglas Park and Browning Field. Walter Flanigan was the owner of the team from 1915 to 1923. Then Dale Johnson took over and owned the team until 1926, when the team eventually folded. MEDICAL Sources: NFL: Chronology of Professional Football | Pro Football Hall of Fame Isurance Information provided by: http://www.medicalinsurance.org THE ORIGINAL 14 NFL TEAMS WHERE ARE THEY NOW? In 1920, the American Professional Football Association was founded during a meeting at a Hupmobile car dealership in Canton, Ohio. Jim Thorpe was elected the league's first president. After several more meetings, the league's membership was formalized. The original teams were: Founded 1908 Folded 1927 Based in Akron, OH Home field League Park League NFL Founded 1915 Folded 1929 Based l d in Buffalo, NY Home field Bison Stadium League NFL AKRON PROS -BUFFALO The team originated in 1908 as a semi-pro team named the Akron Indians, however the name was changed to the Pros in 1920 as the team set out to become a charter member of the American Professional Football Association. The team had a turbulent early era; it operated under several different owners between the 1910s and 1920S and was called by many names. The franchise, experiencing financial problems in 1928, did not participate in league play. Founded 1905 Folded 1926 AX Based in Canton, OH Founded 1920 Folded 1920 Based in Chicago, IL Home field Cub's Park League NFL Founded 1931 Folded 1931 Based in Cleveland, OH Home field Traveling team League NFL Home field League Field League NFL CANTON BULLDOGS CHICAGO TIGERS CLEVELAND INDIANS In 1924, Sam Deutsch, the owner of the team called the Indians, bought the Canton Bulldogs and took the team nickname and players to his Cleveland franchise. These team was re-established in 1925, and the NFL considers the 1925-1926 Canton Bulldogs to be the same team as the 1920-1923 incarnation. They played only in the first year of the NFL (1920) and, because of this, have the distinction of being the first official NFL team to fold. They had a record of 2 wins, 5 losses and i tie. The team played its home games at Chicago's Wrigley Field (then called Cub's Park) and was the first NFL team to do so. It was a professional football team in the NFL for the 1931 season. The 1931 team was a league-sponsored club that only played games on the road. The NFL intended to locate this team permanently in Cleveland; however, no suitable owner was found, so the franchise folded after just one season. Founded 1901 Folded 1926 Based in Columbus, OH Home field Traveling Team eague NFL Founded 1913 Relocated 1929toBrooklyn Based in Dayton, OH Home field Triangle Park League NFL. Founded 1919 Folded Still running Based in Chicago, IL Home field Soldier Reld League NFL COLUMBUS PANHANDLES DAYTON TRIANGLES CHICAGO BEARS The origin of the name "Panhandles" was the Pennsylvania Railroad route from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Columbus called the "Panhandle Division," once owned by the Panhandle Railroad in the late 1800s. The Triangles were based in Dayton, Ohio, and took their nickname from their home field, Triangle Park. They were the longest-lasting traveling team in the NFL (1920-1929), and the last such "road team" until the Dallas Texans in 1952. Founded in Decatur, IlI, the team was originally called the Decatur Staleys, before it moved to Chicago in 1921. Along with the Arizona Cardinals (originally from Chicago), it is one of only two remaining franchises from the NFL's founding. Founded 1905 Folded 1921 Based in Detroit, MI Home field Dinan Field League NFL Founded 1919 Suspenided 1926 Based in Hammond, IN Home field Cub Park League NFL Founded 1905 Folded 1925 Based in Muncie, IN League APFL DETROIT HERALDS HAMMOND PROS MUNCIE FLYERS Detroit, Michigan, had four carly teams in the NFL before the Detroit Lions. Heralds played until 1920, the Tigers in 1921 (they folded midseason), the Panthers from 1925-1926, and the Wolverines in 1928. They played in the NFL as a traveling team. The Pros were established by Paul Parduhn and Dr. Alva Young. Inthe 1926 the NFL decided to scale down to 12 teams, getting rid of many of the smaller franchises, including the Pros. The team evolved from the Congerville (Muncie) Athletic Club, which dates back to at least 1905. In 1916 the Congerville Athletic Club team and the Congerville Flyers team merged and Muncie was represented by the Congerville Flyers. Founded 1898 Based in Glendale, AZ Home field University of Phoenix Stadium League NFL Founded 1908 Folded 1925 Based in Rochester, NY Home field Edgerton Park League NFL. Founded 1907 Folded 1926 Based in Rock Istand, IL Home field Browning Field League NFL ARIZONA CARDINALS ROCHESTER JEFFERSONS ROCK ISLAND INDEPENDENTS The team was established in Chicago in 1898 and was a charter member of the NFL in 1920. The team is the the oldest. continuously run professional American football club in the United States. Along with the Chicago Bears, the club is one of two franchises still in operation since the league's founding. Formed as an amateur outfit by a rag-tag group of Rochester-area teenagers after the turn of the century, the team became known as the Jeffersons in reference to the locale of their playing field on lefferson Avenue The team folded after the 1925 NFL season. Rock Island Independent played in Douglas Park and Browning Field. Walter Flanigan was the owner of the team from 1915 to 1923. Then Dale Johnson took over and owned the team until 1926, when the team eventually folded. MEDICAL Sources: NFL: Chronology of Professional Football | Pro Football Hall of Fame Isurance Information provided by: http://www.medicalinsurance.org THE ORIGINAL 14 NFL TEAMS WHERE ARE THEY NOW? In 1920, the American Professional Football Association was founded during a meeting at a Hupmobile car dealership in Canton, Ohio. Jim Thorpe was elected the league's first president. After several more meetings, the league's membership was formalized. The original teams were: Founded 1908 Folded 1927 Based in Akron, OH Home field League Park League NFL Founded 1915 Folded 1929 Based l d in Buffalo, NY Home field Bison Stadium League NFL AKRON PROS -BUFFALO The team originated in 1908 as a semi-pro team named the Akron Indians, however the name was changed to the Pros in 1920 as the team set out to become a charter member of the American Professional Football Association. The team had a turbulent early era; it operated under several different owners between the 1910s and 1920S and was called by many names. The franchise, experiencing financial problems in 1928, did not participate in league play. Founded 1905 Folded 1926 AX Based in Canton, OH Founded 1920 Folded 1920 Based in Chicago, IL Home field Cub's Park League NFL Founded 1931 Folded 1931 Based in Cleveland, OH Home field Traveling team League NFL Home field League Field League NFL CANTON BULLDOGS CHICAGO TIGERS CLEVELAND INDIANS In 1924, Sam Deutsch, the owner of the team called the Indians, bought the Canton Bulldogs and took the team nickname and players to his Cleveland franchise. These team was re-established in 1925, and the NFL considers the 1925-1926 Canton Bulldogs to be the same team as the 1920-1923 incarnation. They played only in the first year of the NFL (1920) and, because of this, have the distinction of being the first official NFL team to fold. They had a record of 2 wins, 5 losses and i tie. The team played its home games at Chicago's Wrigley Field (then called Cub's Park) and was the first NFL team to do so. It was a professional football team in the NFL for the 1931 season. The 1931 team was a league-sponsored club that only played games on the road. The NFL intended to locate this team permanently in Cleveland; however, no suitable owner was found, so the franchise folded after just one season. Founded 1901 Folded 1926 Based in Columbus, OH Home field Traveling Team eague NFL Founded 1913 Relocated 1929toBrooklyn Based in Dayton, OH Home field Triangle Park League NFL. Founded 1919 Folded Still running Based in Chicago, IL Home field Soldier Reld League NFL COLUMBUS PANHANDLES DAYTON TRIANGLES CHICAGO BEARS The origin of the name "Panhandles" was the Pennsylvania Railroad route from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Columbus called the "Panhandle Division," once owned by the Panhandle Railroad in the late 1800s. The Triangles were based in Dayton, Ohio, and took their nickname from their home field, Triangle Park. They were the longest-lasting traveling team in the NFL (1920-1929), and the last such "road team" until the Dallas Texans in 1952. Founded in Decatur, IlI, the team was originally called the Decatur Staleys, before it moved to Chicago in 1921. Along with the Arizona Cardinals (originally from Chicago), it is one of only two remaining franchises from the NFL's founding. Founded 1905 Folded 1921 Based in Detroit, MI Home field Dinan Field League NFL Founded 1919 Suspenided 1926 Based in Hammond, IN Home field Cub Park League NFL Founded 1905 Folded 1925 Based in Muncie, IN League APFL DETROIT HERALDS HAMMOND PROS MUNCIE FLYERS Detroit, Michigan, had four carly teams in the NFL before the Detroit Lions. Heralds played until 1920, the Tigers in 1921 (they folded midseason), the Panthers from 1925-1926, and the Wolverines in 1928. They played in the NFL as a traveling team. The Pros were established by Paul Parduhn and Dr. Alva Young. Inthe 1926 the NFL decided to scale down to 12 teams, getting rid of many of the smaller franchises, including the Pros. The team evolved from the Congerville (Muncie) Athletic Club, which dates back to at least 1905. In 1916 the Congerville Athletic Club team and the Congerville Flyers team merged and Muncie was represented by the Congerville Flyers. Founded 1898 Based in Glendale, AZ Home field University of Phoenix Stadium League NFL Founded 1908 Folded 1925 Based in Rochester, NY Home field Edgerton Park League NFL. Founded 1907 Folded 1926 Based in Rock Istand, IL Home field Browning Field League NFL ARIZONA CARDINALS ROCHESTER JEFFERSONS ROCK ISLAND INDEPENDENTS The team was established in Chicago in 1898 and was a charter member of the NFL in 1920. The team is the the oldest. continuously run professional American football club in the United States. Along with the Chicago Bears, the club is one of two franchises still in operation since the league's founding. Formed as an amateur outfit by a rag-tag group of Rochester-area teenagers after the turn of the century, the team became known as the Jeffersons in reference to the locale of their playing field on lefferson Avenue The team folded after the 1925 NFL season. Rock Island Independent played in Douglas Park and Browning Field. Walter Flanigan was the owner of the team from 1915 to 1923. Then Dale Johnson took over and owned the team until 1926, when the team eventually folded. MEDICAL Sources: NFL: Chronology of Professional Football | Pro Football Hall of Fame Isurance Information provided by: http://www.medicalinsurance.org

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