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Brian Urlacher recently told Dave Dameshek of NFL.com that he’d pretty upset if the Bears won the Super Bowl this season.
Mike Ditka is now telling Urlacher to be thankful for your time in the league.
“My advice would be to put it behind you,” Ditka said. “Brian has been such a great player for the Bears and an ambassador for the team. Not many guys get to play 13 years for the same team. Usually, when you change GMs and a new regime comes in, they’re going to make tough decisions.”
Ditka really hits it on point. Urlacher should very well be happy with his NFL career; he should feel privileged to even have played in the NFL.
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The Chicago Bears are a difficult franchise to forecast. The team is only partially in a rebuilding mindset while it’s also obvious that some of the pieces for a solid football team are in place. Even so, one of the Bears’ greats isn’t back, and now, he’s hoping his former team doesn’t go and win a championship without him. “I’m still rooting for them,” Bears...
Earlier in the week, Brian Urlacher told NFL.com’s Dave Dameshek that he would be “really pissed” if the Chicago Bears won a Super Bowl this year without him.
A former Bear himself, Mike Ditka had a few words for Urlacher.
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