BY ADAM L. JAHNS email@example.com May 9, 2013 10:50PM
Florida v Tennessee
storyidforme: 49000530tmspicid: 18220309fileheaderid: 8190148
Mother of Walter Payton dies
Updated: May 10, 2013 10:34AM
All Bears linebackers Jon Bostic and Khaseem Greene know about each other comes through highlights, word of mouth and their brief interactions at the NFL combine.
That will change soon.
Bostic and Greene will practice together for the first time Friday when rookie...Read Full Story
There are veterans the Bears might want to bring back, but general manager Phil Emery said he had no regrets over the handling of linebacker Brian Urlacher’s contract situation.
“Absolutely not,” Emery said, via Chris Boden of CSNChicago.com. “It was a very straight-forward process. We had a very honest and open exchange between Brian’s representatives. There was no lack of clarity. No surprises. Brian’s been a great player, a Hall of Fame player. He’s done great things for the Chicago...Read Full Story
There is still a chance that Brian Urlacher could return to the Chicago Bears in 2013, as general manager Phil Emery has refused to completely shut the door on the long-time Bears defensive leader according to Jeff Dickerson. Although Emery said the door wasn’t completely shut on Urlacher, he did say that he was focusing on the Bears current roster for the time being.
More: Windy City Gridiron Complete 2013 Free Agency Coverage
Urlacher has been the face of the Bears for years, playing 182...Read Full Story
Brian Urlacher could be healthy enough to play in Bears' finale Brian Urlacher could return from a hamstring injury Sunday in the Bears' final game of the season. (AP Photo) Brian Urlacher was happy to see how the Chicago Bears played defense Kobe 8 Shoes without him in Sunday's 28-13 win at Arizona. He was caught Cheap Kobe 8 by FOX Sports' cameras often while cheering on his teammates, and now there's a better chance he will return from a hamstring injury this week. After Lovie Smith...Read Full Story
According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, Bears linebacker made an appearance on Sunday night with sports anchor Lou Canellis on WFLD-Ch. 32. When he was told about the heat that head coach Lovie Smith has been getting from the fans and media. Urlacher has a very honest response.
“Two of the people I don’t care about: fans or media,” Urlacher said. “They can say what they want to about our head coach, about our players. … It does bother me. They don’t know what they’re talking about...Read Full Story
Brain Urlacher Wall
A zine about Brain Urlacher, with news, pictures, and articles.