What more is there to say if you’re a fan of the Chicago Bears. Middle linebacker Brian Urlacher has been the face of the franchise for years, and after the team lost to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, he gives the fans a shot to the jaw.
“Two of the people I don’t care about: fans or media,” Urlacher said to sports anchor Lou Canellis on WFLD-Ch. 32.
Don’t get us wrong, there are probably a number of players out there that don’t agree with the fans and/or the media. But in case you hadn’t noticed, not many of them go out and say it publicly.
Especially not after all the two sides have been through. Ask any Chicago Bears fan and they’d say they’d defend Urlacher to the death. There are countless Urlacher jerseys throughout Chicago. Him coming out and saying this, at this point of the year — when he isn’t even on the field due to a hamstring injury — just doesn’t seem right.
These remarks come following the loss to Green Bay, where rumors swirled that head coach Lovie Smith out be