Days after his official departure from the Bears, the team he spent his first 13 NFL seasons with, linebacker Brian Urlacher said he has options.
Rarely, do professional athletes ride off into the sunset on their own terms. Brian Urlacher is no exception. For every Ray Lewis fairy tale ending, you have Brett Favre the Viking, Joe Montana the Chief, Karl Malone the Laker, and Michael Jordan the Wizard.
Wow, would this be a mistake.
So what’s Bears legend Doug Buffone’s advice for Brian Urlacher?
In the wake of Urlacher’s departure, The Score’s Chris Tannehill, associate producer for The Boers and Bernstein Show and resident sound man, put together a montage detailing the highlights of No. 54′s career.
The Bears have officially parted ways with 34-year-old linebacker Brian Urlacher.
The Bears and middle linebacker Brian Urlacher were unable to reach an agreement on a new contract and both sides will head in new directions, the team announced Wednesday.
In an interview with 670 The Score’s Laurence Holmes at the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix, new Bears head coach Marc Trestman wouldn’t commit to Urlacher being an every-down linebacker anymore.
Let’s all stop the stupidity over Brian Urlacher needing to keep some kind of pristine connection to the Bears, as if the mere sight of him limping around the field in any other colors is somehow unthinkable.
After nearly a week of silence around the league regarding the future Hall-of-Famer, the Cowboys finally spoke up about Urlacher, but the words weren’t really encouraging.
Bears president Ted Phillips addressed the possibility of the 34-year-old Urlacher returning to the Bears.
Free Agent linebacker Brian Urlacher is in talks to join NFC North rival Minnesota Vikings, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.
For the first time in his storied career, middle linebacker Brian Urlacher is an unrestricted free agent, but there is a silver lining for Bears fans pining to see No. 54 don the jersey he’s made famous.
For the first time in his career, Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher is a free agent.
Free agent defensive end Israel Idonije is making his intentions completely clear: He only wants to play two or three more years and he wants to do it in Chicago.
The aging middle linebacker could hit the market next week when free agency starts, but the Bears might be looking to lock him up before that happens.
It’s still very unclear what the Bears’ plans are for Brian Urlacher, who is a free agent, but general manager Phil Emery insists the situation will be handled with respect.
After 13 seasons with the team that drafted him, Brian Urlacher clearly wants to finish his career with the Bears.
You don’t have to be the head of the Catholic Church to resign. Here’s a list of 10 resignations that should happen.
Here I am again, offering Emery a free consultation on some steps he can take to help the Bears find a companion for their lone Lombardi Trophy.