About a month after he announced his retirement, former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher seems content with his decision.
There's been a lot of talk lately between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers, and that's what happens when two teams don't like each other ... and these teams don't. That doesn't make them unusual. It makes them the latest members of the NFL's best rivalries.
Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher? Retired. Ed Reed? A Texan. Michael Crabtree? Hurt. Who steps up? Pete Prisco gives his outlook for the players replacing big names.
Vegas released 2013 NFL season over/under win totals. Let's examine whether teams will go over or under in the NFC this season.
With Mike Ditka joining 13 other former Bears to have their jersey number retired, the team says it won't retire any more.
The New England Sports Network made an unfortunate error on Thursday and reported that Brian Urlacher signed a one-day contract with Green Bay so he could retire as a Packer.
Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in June to help raise money and awareness for clean water projects in East Africa.
Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, who announced his retirement on Wednesday, said that he considers former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis to be the best middle linebacker of all time.
For a solid decade, Brian Urlacher was a mean, nasty headbanger. While there are physical linebackers in today's game, Urlacher represents one of the last of the brutal middle linebackers.
Former Bears LB Brian Urlacher retired Wednesday after a 13-year NFL career.

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