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Brian Urlacher retired this past week after 13 incredible seasons in the NFL. More incredibly is that Urlacher spent those 13 years with one team, the Chicago Bears. A fan favorite, and icon in the Chicago area, Urlacher made friends everywhere he went in the windy city. Well, Chicago and the Bears franchise finally got to say their thank you this Friday in the form of a full page ad in the Chicago Tribune. Classy move, Chicago.
The message reads, “Few Play For a Storied Franchise, Even Fewer Write Their Own Chapter. Thanks, Brian.’
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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.
Urlacher has retired, but if he had his way, he'd be playing one more...
The announcement for Brian Urlacher’s retirement came unexpectedly after he visited several teams this offseason, but he ultimately decided to hang up the cleats. He is one of a few rare legends of the game that played their entire careers for one team.
In the past, when players left a team or retired, they’d take out an ad in the papers thanking the team. This time, the Bears...
The Chicago Bears already said good bye to Brian Urlacher, but the former great didn't decide to call it a career until yesterday (Wednesday). Personally, I didn't see him really hanging it up; I thought he was likely going to drag his feet filing his papers and as soon as someone got hurt and teams had a need he would be back.
After reading some of his comments in the...
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...
On Wednesday morning, the Chicago Bears’ eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker, Brian Urlacher, decided to call it quits and retire forever a member of the Green Bay Packers most historic rival.
Packers fans should and will celebrate the retirement of a future hall-of-famer and one of the best linebackers to play in the NFL over the past twenty years.
Here’s a look back at his career...
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.
The Chicago Tribune, instead of posting money-making advertisements, used the back page of their Friday paper to pay tribute to Brian Urlacher.
Linebacker Brian Urlacher has retired from the NFL after 13 seasons with the Bears.Fantasy Spin:The future Hall of Fame linebacker might be convinced to play if an opportunity opens up during the season, but at this point in his career he's not the factor he once was. In 13 seasons he amassed 1,229 tackles, 41.5 sacks, 22 INTs and 12 FF.
The following is a statement from Chicago Bears chairman George H. McCaskey on the retirement of Brian Urlacher.
For how amazing he is at the quarterback position, it is truly shocking how goofy and painfully slow Tom Brady is on the run. No matter what, it is always good for a laugh when he manages to escape the pocket on foot. Typically, it does not end well, but over the years, he has had a few shining moments on the run. The best probably being his TD scramble in the Snow Bowl (although...
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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