Found December 30, 2011 on Inside the Bears:
PLAYERS: Brian Urlacher
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
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The Bears’ window of opportunity appears to be closing rapidly with their defensive stars getting older and the Packers and Lions getting better, but linebacker Brian Urlacher still believes they’re championship contenders. ‘‘We feel like we have the talent to do it and the players to do it,’’ Urlacher said. ‘‘I think we’ve shown that. We have all the talent we need to get where we need to go. We’ve just got to put it together and do it.’’ Despite his optimism, Urlacher couldn’t avoid acknowledging one factor the Bears can’t control: The Packers are not only younger but better. …
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