Bill Bidwill, the sole owner of the NFL’s Cardinals franchise since 1972, died Wednesday at 88.
Bill Bidwill’s father, Charles Bidwill, bought the Cardinals, then in Chicago, in 1932. Bill and his brother Charles Jr. inherited the team, then in St. Louis, in 1962 before Bill purchased his brother’s share in 1972. He moved the team to the Phoenix area in 1988.
“Bill Bidwill was part of the NFL family his entire life, starting from his days as a ball boy through his time as an owner,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.
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