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After 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears, Brian Urlacher has officially retired.
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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.
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In an interview with the Sports Business Journal, White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdaorf said that he has no immediate plans to sell the team and plans, saying he plans to be at the ballpark for the 2033 MLB All-Star Game.
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The Bears inked first-round draft picked Kyle Long to a four-year contract over the weekend with an option for a fifth year.
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The 50th Super Bowl will be held in the San Francisco Bay Area and the NFL championship will go to Houston the following year.
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.