The Chicago Bears have announced that they will retire Pro Football Hall of Fame tight end and former team head coach Mike Ditka’s No. 89.
We take a look at some national sports stories and give a unique perspective.
STATEMENT FROM BEARS CHAIRMAN GEORGE H. MCCASKEY ON THE RETIREMENT OF BRIAN URLACHER
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Brian Urlacher sent out a tweet on Wednesday saying that it was an honor to play his entire career with the Chicago Bears and including a link to a longer statement announcing that he has decided to retire from
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Vikings aren’t currently interested in bringing Urlacher to Minnesota. Instead, they plan on relying on players already on the roster to fill their void at middle linebacker.
The Chicago Sun-Times reported on Tuesday that Brian Urlacher had interest from both the Vikings and the Broncos, and that he was leaning toward the Vikings.
The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms with LB Khaseem Greene and WR Marquess Wilson on four-year contracts today.
There are veterans the Bears might want to bring back, but general manager Phil Emery said he had no regrets over
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