Found May 14, 2013 on
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Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher has been on the free agent market for a while now and hasn’t made a single visit yet. The market for him has been completely silent since the NFL Draft. According to a report today from the Pioneer Press it appears that Urlacher is leaning towards the Minnesota Vikings but that the Denver Broncos are also in play. According to Chicago Sun-Times gossip columnist Michael Sneed, the longtime Bears star is close to making a decision about his football future. And he’s looking north. “Brian is leaning toward heading to Minnesota and is talking a one- to two-year contract,” Sneed said Tuesday, quoting a source “close to Urlacher.” Sneed says the eight-time Pro Bowler, who turned up his nose at the Bears’ $1.6 million contract offer back in March, also is talking to the Denver Broncos. (Kevin Cusick – Pioneer Press) This is interesting because a few weeks ago Vikings GM Rick Spielman told ESPN 1500 Twin Cities that he was happy with the youn...
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Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher reportedly is "leaning toward" signing on with his former team's division rivals, the Minnesota Vikings.
Michael Sneed of the Chicago Sun-Times reported that former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher has been chatting with the Vikings and Broncos. He mentioned that he’s leaning toward signing with Minnesota right now. According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, the Broncos aren’t interested in Urlacher. Sorry Brian: #Broncos are not interested in MLB Brian Urlacher. As in period....
After a lot of speculation that former Chicago Bears’ linebacker, Brian Urlacher, was ready to sign with the team’s division rivals, the Minnesota Vikings, it appears that the Vikings will pass on the 35 year old linebacker, for now. According to NFL.com, the Vikings instead will chose to go with “in-house” players at inside linebacker. The team will move outside linebacker...
Michael Sneed of the Chicago Sun-Times is hearing that free agent LB Brian Urlacher is close to finding a new team.
Urlacher has reportedly been in contact with the Minnesota Vikings and the Denver Broncos in recent weeks.
“It’s getting close to happening, but Brian is leaning toward heading to Minnesota and is talking a one to two year contract,” said a source close to Urlacher...
It’s been a quiet offseason for Chicago Bears free agent
Brian Urlacher, who remains unsigned into OTAs. However, things could be
heating up, as Urlacher has been talking contract with the Denver Broncos and
Minnesota Vikings, according to Michael Sneed of The Chicago Sun-Times.
A source close to Urlacher told Sneed that the linebacker is
close to making a decision, adding that...
Despite several aggressive and haunting beatings provided by Vikings fans to the contrary, those god damn rumors about former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher joining the Minnesota Vikings just won't die. Fans have tried breaking the rumors' nose, shattering several ribs, burning their house down, and threatening legal action, all to no avail. Somehow, these rumors...
Brian Urlacher, at one time one of the most feared linebackers in the NFL, needs a job. For a while the rumor mill had him close to getting one with the hated rival of former team, but the word coming from Minnesota is much different.
If that wasn't bad enough, it turns out that the Denver Broncos were never really interested either.
Come on! Someone has to want me...
The Brian Urlacher rumors continue to make the rounds, and they continue to get shot down like a brittle clay pigeon. It’s not happening anytime soon, so pay no mind to unsubstantiated rumors.
It appears that Brian Urlacher will not be joining the Minnesota Vikings — for now.
A report came out on Monday from the Chicago Sun-Times that Urlacher was “close” to signing with the Vikings on a one- or two-year deal. Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier nixed those rumors on Tuesday, though.
“Brian has been a great player in our league for a long, long time,” Frazier said...
Sounding like a parakeet, Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery reiterated on Wednesday that free agent middle linebacker Brian Urlacher rejoining the team is “less likely to happen than more likely.” Taken by Chicago out of the University of New Mexico ninth overall in the 2000 draft, the 34-year-old Urlacher rejected the Bears one-year offer for $2 million in March. The...
Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier told NFL AM that they don’t plan on going after former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher right now.
“Brian has been a great player in our league for a long, long time,” Frazier said, via NFL.com. “He was a thorn in our side for many years. At this point we want to look at the guys on our roster, give them a chance to compete for the...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Adrian Peterson sped back from major knee surgery as quick as anyone ever has, so it's no surprise to hear he's almost fully back after having sports hernia surgery following last season.
Speaking on NFL AM on NFL Network Wednesday morning, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said Peterson has been slowed in his offseason workouts because of surgery...
Much like Brian Urlacher the market for former Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson has been exceptionally cold. Since his visit with the San Francisco 49ers in March there hasn’t been any mentions of him, anywhere. That changed today in a big way with multiple teams showing interest. They include the Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders and the Carolina Panthers.
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Market developing for Charles Woodson.
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Brian Urlacher has interest from the Vikings & Broncos?
Chargers suffer a major loss as 2012 first-round Melvin Ingram suffers a torn ACL.
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