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If Brian Urlacher could have chosen where to play in 2013, it would have been Dallas. Urlacher and the Chicago Bears failed to work out a deal early in the offseason and the linebacker sought jobs elsewhere.
“If I could have picked a spot, it would have been Dallas,” said Urlacher in a interview with the Chicago Tribune. “They run our defense. They took our d-coordinator (Rod Marinelli). That would have been ideal. But they have two really good young linebackers.”
Stephen Jones shot down the idea of Urlacher joining the Cowboys in March.
“Any time you’re talking about a Hall of Fame player in Urlacher, you don’t ever dismiss Hall of Famers, in my book,” Jones said during the NFL owners meetings. “It would be difficult – he obviously plays what Sean Lee plays – to move everything around for a year. Doesn’t really make a lot of sense.”
How much help Urlacher would have provided the Cowboys is debatable but what can not be argued is that the 13-year veteran saw Dallas as a good fit.
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The great Brian Urlacher will go down as a Chicago legend. He was one of the NFL's most famous faces during his 13-year career with the Chicago Bears. He was an eight-time Pro Bowl selection, a five-time All-Pro and sits right behind Ray Lewis as one of the finest defensive players of his generation.
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For 13 seasons Brian Urlacher patrolled the middle of the field for the Chicago Bears.On Wednesday morning he announced his retirement from the NFL.It has been a strange offseason for Urlacher.His contract with the Bears ran out after the 2012 season and after rejecting an offer from the Bears to return he decided to test the free agent market. After not finding anything that was...
In honor of the famous incident with Dennis Green blowing a gasket in a press conference after the Arizona Cardinals blew a lead against the Chicago Bears, the Cardinals Twitter account tweeted out a creative congratulations to Brian Urlacher. Urlacher announced his retirement this week, and many will be sad to see the Hall of Fame linebacker go.
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Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer
– Adam Rank of NFL.com has a column listing six NFL players who would make great WWE Superstars. You can check it out here; the list consists of Brian Urlacher, Jared Allen, Steve Smith, Chris Kluwe, Rob Gronkowski and Richard Sherman.
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