CHICAGO (CBS) — Brian Urlacher is now an Arizona resident and has been keeping busy hitting the links post-retirement.

The ex-Bears linebacker and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee played in the Scottsdale Pro-Am this week. He said trying to find the positives during this new normal just like everybody else.

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“We live here and so I still play golf. We don’t do a whole lot anyway. I haven’t been able to go anywhere. We’re lucky we live here,” Urlacher said. “It’s kind of different from when my family was there.”

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When asked if he could ever imagine playing football without the fans in the stands, he said he could.

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“It’s great on the road. Home games would stink but I think on the road there is all know home game advantage,” Urlacher said. “This is uncharted territory for everyone. You gotta be careful of doing a good job of listening to everyone. They will get those games out there some way.”