In his 13-year career, Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher established himself as one of the greatest NFL players of the new millennium. And when he officially retired on Wednesday, it got people thinking about his legacy. A Super...Show More Summary
Brian Urlacher walked away from the NFL today, having announced his retirement via his official Twitter feed. The 6'4", 260-pound linebacker left behind an incredible legacy: He played 13 seasons and 182 games for the Chicago Bears and was one of the best linebackers in football for almost the entirety of that span. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher is ending his Hall of Fame career after 13 NFL seasons. Urlacher, who turns 35 years old at the end of May, gracefully announced his retirement on Wednesday. He will leave behind a decorated career...Show More Summary
There have been rumors swirling around the Brian Urlacher camp for weeks now about what his future in the NFL would be. Last week, he worked out with the Minnesota Vikings, and when he left there was no clear indication at all as to what he would be doing come training camp. Show More Summary
What made Brian Urlacher special? You have to start, of course, with the way a 6-foot-4, 258-pound man could run, hit and organize a defense on the field. But even an occasional in-person observer of the Chicago Bears over the past decade could notice the reverential stature Urlacher held with his teammates. If he had enemies, they never surfaced. Show More Summary
After 13 years in the NFL as one of the most dominant middle linebackers in the history of the game, former Chicago Bears star Brian Urlacher has retired from the league, according to his Twitter account: The veteran was a staple of the Bears’ defense for years and one of the most feared players to ever step onto a football field. Show More Summary
Brian Urlacher retired from the NFL today and announced it on his Twitter: It was an honor to play my entire career for the @chicagobears say.ly/GOh5Sxs — Brian Urlacher (@BUrlacher54) May 22, 2013 Urlacher played all 13 of his NFL seasons with the Chicago Bears. Show More Summary
Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher announced his retirement from the NFL via Twitter on Wednesday, three days shy of his 35th birthday.
Brian Urlacher has retired just two months after the Chicago Bears announced they wouldn’t be re-signing their star linebacker. The 34-year-old made the announcement on his official Who Say account on Wednesday, and he ended the post by saying, “it was an honor to play my entire career for the Chicago Bears.” The eight-time Pro [...]Show More Summary
Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher announced his retirement from the NFL via Twitter on Wednesday, three days shy of his 35th birthday."After spending a lot of time this spring thinking about my NFL future, I have made a decision to retire," Urlacher wrote in a statement. Show More Summary
After playing 13 seasons for the Chicago Bears, veteran free agent LB Brian Urlacher was rumored to be wanting to continue his NFL career with divisional opponent Minnesota Vikings. According to reports this afternoon, Urlacher has decided to retire instead of playing another season. Urlacher was a monster in the middle of the Bears during [...]
Veteran middle linebacker and longtime Chicago Bears star Brian Urlacher has retired from the NFL after 13 seasons in the league, according to the player's Twitter feed: Urlacher spent his entire career with the Bears, starting out as...Show More Summary
After 13 years in the NFL, Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher has announced his retirement, saying he takes pride in having his entire career with only one team. Urlacher, an eight-time Pro Bowl player who was named defensive rookie of … Continue reading ?
Former Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher announced on Wednesday that he has decided to retire from the NFL after 13 seasons. "After spending a lot of time this spring thinking about my NFL future, I have made a decision to retire," Urlacher said in a statement posted on Twitter. Show More Summary
A Florida man has pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing a Chicago fan who had traveled to Jacksonville to see a game between the Bears and the Jaguars last fall.
If all goes well in Chicago, Kyle Long will match up with Ndamukong Suh frequently over the coming years. But how does Chicago’s newest first-round selection match up with Suh and other NFC North foes? The Bears expect their 2013 first-round draft pick to be the team’s starting right guard this season, and for many more to come. Show More Summary
Organized team activities or OTAs are voluntary workouts, but players are always expected to show up. The NFL only allows for 10 of these workouts, so it is vital for a team to get as much done as possible during the sessions. The Bears have to make use of the precious time. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears punter Adam Podlesh is organizing a special event after spending time with Gavin Waterman, the young cancer patient he met for an afternoon hangout. Podlesh gave Gavin an autographed football, a pair of Bears sunglasses, a stuffed Staley teddy bear and a practice jersey during his visit to the Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood. [...]Show More Summary
Chicago fortified its offensive line further on Friday when the team announced the signing of first-round draft pick Kyle Long.
This week, the Bears have begun organized team activities, or OTAs. Everyone on the current roster is in attendance with the exception of offensive linemen Gabe Carimi and Kyle Long. Long has to finish his classes at Oregon before he can continue his NFL career. Show More Summary