If you want to get a good look at the type of person and player Brian Urlacher really was, look no further than former Bears general manager Jerry Angelo.
So this is how we’ll remember Sergio Garcia.
We know Kevin Durant is a nice guy, but maybe he should have proofread the text before allowing a tattoo artist to begin inking an intricate mural on his back.
As it always does, Twitter exploded when Brian Urlacher announced his retirement.
And while one of the greatest defensive players of an organization mythologized for its defenses is likely feeling the deep sting of what Marcellus Wallace called “pride @#$%ing with you,” he will grow to realize what many of us already knew. This is right call.
In the wake of his retirement, officially announced Wednesday morning, check out this video of some of Urlacher’s biggest hits from his 13-year career with the Bears.
What do you think? Is Urlacher a Hall of Famer?
After 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears, Brian Urlacher has officially retired.
The Bears inked first-round draft picked Kyle Long to a four-year contract over the weekend with an option for a fifth year.
The longest Burmese python ever caught in the state — 18 feet, 8 inches long and 128 pounds — was found alongside a rural South Florida road, wildlife officials said Monday.
A Florida man has pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing a Bears fan who traveled to Jacksonville to see the Bears take on the Jaguars in October.
According to a report from CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman, White Sox left-hander John Danks will make his first start of the season Friday against the Marlins.
We’ve seen this type of behavior from Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp before.
It is no longer a shrug-your-shoulders matter.
Over a year later, it’s the same story. And unfortunately, again, the anger is directed at the wrong people.
In any case, however, the question of who ultimately foots the bill isn’t the one I’m interested in delving into today. Rather, it’s this: Is DePaul’s new arena actually a good thing for its students?
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is denying a report that a video exists of him smoking crack cocaine with Somali drug lords.
The sad story of former Lions wide receiver Titus Young just keeps getting worse.
Before he was even drafted, Bears first-round draft pick Kyle Long was already at a disadvantage.
Paulie Malignaggi is currently the WBA Welterweight Champion of the World. Paulie is fighting Adrien Broner June 22nd at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. He is also a boxing analyst for Showtime and will be calling the fight between Lamont Peterson and Lucas Matthysse. The fight is this Saturday in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and will be broadcasted live on Showtime.
Check out these photos from McNeil’s trip to Canada!
Bill Walton joins Boers & Bernstein in studio at 670 The Score.
Check out these photos of 670 The Score’s Roast, celebrating 20 years of Chicago sports radio!
Check out these throwback head shots from Score personalities.