Group Of Chicago Bears Denied Entry To Nightclub

CHICAGO (WBBM) – The owners of a Chicago nightclub say they’ve terminated their relationship with an outside vendor who denied access to a number of Chicago Bears players Monday night.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports the owners of the Angels and Kings club in the 700 block of North Clark Street say they’ll apologize to all involved.

They say they take the incident very seriously and will investigate what happened.

According to the Sun-Times, the group included Brian Urlacher, Hunter Hillenmeyer, Israel Idonije, Corey Wootton, Garrett Wolfe, Pisa Tinoisamoa, Danieal Manning, Khalil Bell, Henry Melton, Barry Turner, J’Marcus Webb, Craig Steltz, Anthony Adams, Frank Omiyale, Earl Bennett, D.J. Moore, Devin Aromashodu, Rashied Davis, Nick Roach, Lance Briggs, Corey Graham, Desmond Clark, Chris Harris, Tim Jennings, Brandon Manumaleuna and other teammates.

The Sun-Times reports no reason was given for not allowing the group to go inside.

The paper quotes a spokeswoman for Angels and Kings: “Every Monday night, operations of the bar are turned over to an outside vendor who hosts special events. We understand that this Monday night, members of the Chicago Bears were not admitted to the venue. We have terminated our relationship with the outside vendor. We take these allegations very seriously, will continue to investigate the facts and will apologize to those individuals who were involved.”

  • Tom

    The doorman was a Packer fan

  • southside

    They must have been out celebrating yet another stellar performance

  • pete

    20 plus guys all of which are 6ft2 and up probably scared the hell out of the doorman

  • pete

    are you sure the name of the club isnt the end zone??

  • theram

    Pete, that is classic!!!!!! The name of the club might have been “The First Down Marker”

  • Sky King

    They must know their fans know they are a bunch of wusses.

  • CCM9023

    They don’t let losers in.

  • jklo

    The endzone was what I thought of too, but these guys are mostly on the defens!

  • TR

    WAY TO GO TOM!!!

  • Tyrone Power

    How many blks were in the group?

    • Benny Dallas Jr.

      That shouldn’t make any difference but if you are a Bears fan, you should be able to look at the names mentioned and know the answer to your question. I’ll just assume you are an ignorant racist.

  • Benny Dallas Jr.

    Why doesn’t Angels and Kings say who the outside vendor is? I’m sure other bar owners would like to know who the vendor is so that they make sure not to do business with them.

  • nigga please

    who cares..loser players cant get into a club?

  • El Guapo

    Couldn’t they just break the line and push their way through? Oh…wait…never mind. The players still had the Lovie Smith defense mentality by waiting across the street for something to go by them.

  • chrisp

    Maybe, instead of nightclubbing, they should be sleeping and training.

  • jim

    they mistaken name of club thought it said (3rd down conversions..)

  • DC

    I think thay were looking for no No 3rd Quarter Points Club

  • BlackFabio

    They should have went to Vision instead. They might get a “vision” of how an offense should be.

  • Frank

    The vendor was worried that the patrons did not want to be with a bunch of losers

  • Lovie Smith

    The Bears should hire the bouncers to replace the Offensive Line they could probably protect Cutler better.

  • byrdman

    If it were the blackhawks and they didnt get in you never would of heard this story. It was a private party thats why they didnt get in why does it have to be sensationalized because more than half the players were black? Jim rose started this up hes been a wanna be hanger on since jordan was here always hanging on mj thinking hes in because there both black and mj didnt want anything to do with him.

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