Posted December 30, 2011 on
Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs, two of the Bears’ defensive leaders, believe rebuilding would be foolish. Plus, two key Bears are in job audition mode in their season finale against the Vikings.
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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...
Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher missed Wednesday’s workout while resting a knee injury he sustained in the Christmas night loss at Green Bay. Bears head coach Lovie Smith expects Urlacher to suit up Sunday though. Other Bears missing practice were: Running back Marion Barber (calf) and tight end Kellen Davis (illness), and defensive end Julius Peppers who sat out [...]
At the end of his news conference, linebacker Lance Briggs acted coy when asked if the team received his message given his strong play after requesting a pay raise before the season. Initially, Briggs pretended not to clearly understand the question, although he nearly repeated it verbatim. “Do...
Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher returned to practice on a limited basis Friday after sitting out the previous two days with a knee injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's season finale in Minnesota.
Practically joined at the hip on and off the field for nearly a decade, Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs have helped each other become perennial NFL all-stars.
The Bears are sending five players to the Pro Bowl this year. 31-year old LB Lance Briggs had earned this honor as he has played outstanding ball this year. Briggs has played in 15 games for the Bears so far this year and he has 100 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, 2 forced fumbles, 4 passes defensed and 1 interception. 33-year old fellow LB Brian Urlacher is making another...
After losing five straight games, Chicago no longer can make the playoffs this year. Bears players lament a lost season that, just six weeks ago, looked so promising.
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The former 49er could soon be returning to the Dallas area to play football - not for the Cowboys, but for the Allen Wranglers. The Indoor Football League team, which plays starting in February at the 6,300-capacity Allen Event Center, extended a...