Former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher used to be bald, but he recently got hair. Look at his nice hair. Wow, that hair’s really nice.
There's a perfectly good reason why Brian Urlacher is dressed the way he is, talking about the Bears-Packers game for all the marbles tomorrow, but it's more fun to pretend he turned into the Scarlet Pimpernel upon retiring.
After a 13-year career as one of the most feared linebackers in the NFL, Brian Urlacher has decided to call it quits rather than play for a team other than the Bears.
Reader Rory sends in the picture above of a Casey-Urlacher-for-Mayor-of-Mettawa sign taken on Mettawa's more successful hay farm. Aside from being the home of Casey Urlacher's political dreams, Mettawa is also the home of his older brother Brian's former team.
The Packers rolled into Chicago and clinched the NFC North, in a game that nearly wasn't as close as the score makes it seem. It was Green Bay's sixth straight win over the Bears, their ninth in the last 11, and hell—Bears fans have long memories—their 31st in the last 45 dating back two decades. Meanwhile Chicago has…
The quarterback controversy is underway in San Francisco after quarterback Colin Kaepernick's superb performance last night against Chicago, one that brought praise even from Bears All-Pro linebacker Brian Urlacher.
Houston 13, Chicago 6: It was wet and miserable tonight at Soldier Field, and the score reflected it. The game wasn't altogether boring—the Bears had a chance to tie or win on their last possession—but they did not. Six turnovers later (four the Bears, two for the Texans) and what this game will be remembered for, if…
Thanks to the folks at SB Nation, here is the Chicago defense once again upstaging the offense. Urlacher intercepted Hasselbeck with 2:49 left in the first quarter to give the Bears a 21-2 lead (they began the day with a blocked punt return touchdown) Chicago leads 31-5 at halftime.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: A 4-1 start will mute a lot of criticism.
Bears All-Pro linebacker Brian Urlacher opened the new year with an MCL sprain, though his reaction was so terrifying teammates fell to their knees in prayer. From DeKalb's Daily Chronicle:
After the Bears blew a 10-0 lead in the final two-and-a-half minutes to fall to the almighty Tebow, Chicago LB Brian Urlacher was asked what he thought about the Denver QB: "He's a good running back, man," Urlacher told Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune. "He runs the ball well." High praise. [@BradBiggs]
DETROIT—I'm here to see my friend Tony Scheffler play. He's a tight end for the Lions and my last, best connection to a modern NFL that churns through players too quickly to catch. This is my third season out of the league; sometimes, it feels like no one I played with is still playing. But of the few who are, several…
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Vitamin Water spokesperson and Chicago Bear Brian Urlacher.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Visitors to Chicago's Hop Haus watering hole may be familiar with the mural honoring the Windy City's greatest sports legends. And also these goofballs.
Sunday saw two stars publicly questioning their respective QBs. Now, with a few news cycles to think about it, Hines Ward is sorry. Brian Urlacher, not so much.
We got many weekend submissions for Morning Crap that weren't good enough to "wake up!" to (or earn their own post) but were too good not to share. So they morphed into this special Voltron-like gallery of awesomeness. Tremble, weaklings!
The Bears linebacker dislocated his wrist last night and is reportedly out for the rest of this season. Chicago's opening week just gets better and better! [Tribune]