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When athletes go to Miami in the offseason, bad things seem to happen.
Normally, they happen after 3am. In the case of Bears TE Evan Rodriguez, he was hitting the clubs a little too hard and according to CBS Miami was arrested for resisting arrest.
He was released on $1500 Bond.
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Brian Urlacher has been one of the most identifiable Chicago Bears players over the past decade, but he and the team are parting ways and it doesn’t seem to be on good terms.
Urlacher, who will be 35 in May, missed the final four games of the regular season with a hamstring injury. He entered the season with medical problems after having knee surgery. With his body appearing to...
If Mike Ditka were in his grave he would be rolling over in it after hearing the latest news about Chicago's star linebacker. Linebacker Brian Urlacher will not be playing for Da' Bears next season.
The team has announced that the two sides were not able to come to an agreement on a new contract so they decided that it was simply time to part ways.
The Chicago Bears are parting ways with veteran linebacker Brian Urlacher after 13 years.
General manager Phil Emery said Wednesday that the team couldn't agree on a contract with Urlacher, for years the heart and face of the franchise. He is now a free agent after being slowed by a knee problem and then missing the last four games of the season with a hamstring injury.
Not trying to resign linebacker Brian Urlacher is a move that is going to be widely looked upon as a little crazy; at least by many Bears fans. However, what might really be crazy is what the team is reported to have offered the long time veteran--
One year for $2 million.
Yes, he is not a spring chicken. Yes, he has had some injuries over the last few years, but $2 million...
Bears part ways with linebacker Brian Urlacher
Brian Urlacher is no longer a member of the Chicago Bears.
I’ll be damned if I wasn’t just singing a swan song about this in the hopes they would keep him.
The Bears had this to say in a statement released this evening….
Brian has been an elite player in our league for over a decade. He showed great leadership and...
Of course, we've all seen this video before. I feel like Brady has one of these surprisingly athletic but not really that athletic moves every year. Last year it might've been either his scramble for a TD against Buffalo or when he kicked Ed Reed in the balls, can't decide which I liked more.
Anyway, Brian Urlacher is leaving Chicago after they basically told him they...
The Bears signed defensive end Turk McBride today, yet Israel Idonije is still a free agent. It’s possible Idonije may have played his last snap in Chicago. We analyze the situation.
In one of the craziest reports of the week, Bobby Brooks of WETM 18 in Elmira, New York, reported Thursday via Twitter that sources close to former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher claim that the future Hall of Famer will meet with Pittsburgh Steelers to discuss possible contract negotiations.
Brooks, who has...
We discuss the departure of former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, what his legacy means to the city of Chicago and the organization, and what the team can do to replace him. We also talk about Devin Hester's future with the Bears, break down the players the team signed this week and more.
Since 2000 the one constant in the Bears defense was Brian Urlacher. Until now. Unable to agree to terms the Chicago Bears and Brian Urlacher have agreed to part ways. For many years he was the heart and soul of the defense. Now the defense will have a different look going into the 2013 season. In a report stated by Yahoo sports, the Bears released the following statement:
Harlon Hill, the former star receiver for the Chicago Bears whose name adorns the NCAA Division II player of the year trophy, has died. He was 80.
Jeff Hodges, chairman of the National Harlon Hill Award Committee, says Hill died Thursday at Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital in Florence after a lengthy illness.
Hill, who attended North Alabama, was the NFL rookie of the year in 1954...