Professional wrestling and football have a lot in common. So it makes perfect sense that these former NFL players wound up in the wrestling ring.
Steve McMichael and Casey Urlacher are both running for mayor of separate suburban towns today.
Romeoville Mayor John Noak wants to debate his opponent in the April 9 election, but his challenger, Super Bowl Bear Steve McMichael, is saying no.
The complaint, filed by Romeoville Trustee Ken Griffin – an ally of the current mayor, John Noak – accuses McMichael’s campaign of violating a number of rules, including missing deadlines and failing to identify who paid for campaign mailings.
The man they call “Mongo,” former Bears linebacker Steve McMichael, has filed papers to run for mayor of Romeoville.
Steve “Mongo” McMichael already has a Super Bow ring, so why not run for mayor?
Steve McMichael, who was a fan favorite as a member of Super Bowl-winning Chicago Bears, wants to add the word “mayor” to his resume.
Add Steve ‘Mongo’ McMichael to the list of people who aren’t exactly thrilled with author Jeff Pearlman’s new book detailing the not-so-glamorous details of Walter Payton’s life.
Albert Pujols, Josh Hamilton, Felix Hernandez, Roy Halladay and a healthy Joe Mauer are all baseball players I’d willingly pay to see play regardless of where their teams were in the standings.
With Super Bowl fever revving up, two former Chicago Bears said Saturday that it would be great to host the big game at Soldier Field.
CHICAGO (AP) Chicago Bears long snapper Patrick Mannelly set a team record by playing in his 192nd game, moving past Steve McMichael.