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No longer a terrifying NFL linebacker, Brian Urlacher has officially signed on to become a terrifying NFL analyst. The former All-Pro Bears LB, who recently retired from the NFL, has signed on to be a football analyst with the newly formed Fox Sports 1.
A Fox Sports spokesman confirmed Urlacher will be featured on ‘‘Fox Football Daily’’ this coming season. We’ll see how he does in front of the camera, but this should be a pretty nice grab for Fox, who have been holding their own when it comes to nabbing some well-known sports personalities.
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Recently retired Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher didn't wait long to land a new gig, this time with the upcoming Fox Sports 1.
Well, if you wanted to know who was going to fire the first shot, quarterback Jay Cutler would have been a good guess. All eyes are on Culter in Chicago this season and with that said, he made his first questionable decision to comment on an issue that undermind the new coaching staff.
Chicago Bears first round pick guard Kyle Long missed the entire offseason due to NFL rules over graduation dates; however, you’d never know the difference. The 6’6, 313 pound long has shown brute strength in splitting reps with veteran James Brown. Long has worked with Jay Glazer of Fox Sports on mixed martial arts fighting techniques in the offseason and he says it has...
The Chicago Bears have confirmed that defensive end Turk McBride was carted off the practice field with a ruptured Achilles.
LM: #Bears defensive end Turk McBride carted off practice field with ruptured Achilles tendon.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) July 29, 2013
There’s no doubt that McBride is done for the season.
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Reports say that the longtime Chicago Bear and future Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher is set to join Fox Sports 1 as early as this week and the deal could be done already.
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1-on-1 pass-rush drills between offensive and defensive linemen from the first padded practice of Bears training camp, including Kyle Long showing why he's a first-round pick.
Heading into Monday’s practice, the Chicago Bears had considered themselves fortunate to stay away from the injury bug biting several NFL teams. Things changed quickly though, when veteran defensive lineman Turk McBride, bidding to win a backup job, went down with an Achilles tendon injury that will sideline him for the season during the morning practice. Later, left offensive...
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