Brian Urlacher Enshrined In The Pro Football Hall Of Fame"I hope over my 13 seasons I made you Bears fans proud."
Urlacher To Be Enshrined Saturday In Pro Football HOFUrlacher is now one of only 318 players to honored in Canton.
HOF Preview: Urlacher Met Lofty Standards Set By Bears LBsNo defense took the ball away more than the Bears in the nine seasons (coach Lovie) Smith and Urlacher were together, with 292 takeaways.
Rookie Linebacker Manti Te'o Hopes To Jump Start A Dull Chargers DefenseFinally in the NFL, Manti Te'o is looking to give football fans everywhere reasons to forget about his fake girlfriend scandal. His performance with the San Diego Chargers may be just the thing to jolt his name back to football relevance.
Bears Pick Linebacker, Tackle, Defensive End, Wide Receiver On Last Draft DayThe Chicago Bears devoted a second straight draft pick to the linebacker position by selecting Khaseem Greene of Rutgers in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday.
Bears Sign Former Broncos Linebacker D.J. WilliamsThe Bears didn't waste much time signing a new linebacker who might take Brian Urlacher's spot in the middle of the defense, but their newest acquisition brings along some baggage.
Notre Dame QB Rees Charged In Altercation With PoliceNotre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees has been charged with four misdemeanors, following a confrontation with police early Thursday morning.
Bears Sign LB Costanzo To 2-Year DealThe Chicago Bears have signed free agent linebacker and special teams player Blake Costanzo to a two-year deal.
Bears' J.T. Thomas Taking Epileptic Fan To Super BowlBears linebacker J.T. Thomas has driven to Indianapolis with a teenaged friend to see Sunday's Super Bowl.
Urlacher's Status Uncertain After Mother Passes AwayBears linebacker Brian Urlacher will be away from the Bears for several days after the unexpected death of his mother.
Hoge: 2011 Bears Mock Draft 3.0This is the third in a series of mock drafts for the Chicago Bears leading up to the NFL Draft, which begins Thursday night.
Notre Dame Safety Says Team Sick Of Losing