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  • Brian Urlacher against the Vikings.

      Brian Urlacher against the Vikings.
    DAILY HERALD 2002 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher raises his arms in victory over the Denver Broncos.

      Brian Urlacher raises his arms in victory over the Denver Broncos.
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  • Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, right, talks with tackle Gabe Carimi at NFL football training camp at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill., Tuesday, July 24, 2012.

      Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, right, talks with tackle Gabe Carimi at NFL football training camp at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill., Tuesday, July 24, 2012.
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  • Brian Urlacher goes head to head with Duce Staley.

      Brian Urlacher goes head to head with Duce Staley.
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  • Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher celebrates on the field.

      Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher celebrates on the field.
    DAILY HERALD 2002 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher signing autographs.

      Brian Urlacher signing autographs.
    DAILY HERALD 2002 FILE PHOTO

  • Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher celebrates a safety at the NFC Championship game .

      Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher celebrates a safety at the NFC Championship game .
    DAILY HERALD 2007 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher against the Washington Redskins.

      Brian Urlacher against the Washington Redskins.
    DAILY HERALD 2003 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher enters the field to play the Cowboys at Soldier field in Chicago.

      Brian Urlacher enters the field to play the Cowboys at Soldier field in Chicago.
    DAILY HERALD 2007 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher receives a hug from Virginia Halas McCaskey, principal owner of the Chicago Bears, before Urlacher received the Ed Block Courage Award at the Ed McCaskey Scholarship luncheon at Maryville Academy in Des Plaines.

      Brian Urlacher receives a hug from Virginia Halas McCaskey, principal owner of the Chicago Bears, before Urlacher received the Ed Block Courage Award at the Ed McCaskey Scholarship luncheon at Maryville Academy in Des Plaines.
    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher prepares to enter the field for the home opener.

      Brian Urlacher prepares to enter the field for the home opener.
    DAILY HERALD 2003 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher of the Bears breaks up a long pass to Marcedes Lewis of the Jaguars.

      Brian Urlacher of the Bears breaks up a long pass to Marcedes Lewis of the Jaguars.
    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher is all smiles against the Green Bay Packers.

      Brian Urlacher is all smiles against the Green Bay Packers.
    DAILY HERALD 2007 FILE PHOTO

  • Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher holds the George S. Halas Trophy to celebrate a 39-14 win over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC championship game.

      Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher holds the George S. Halas Trophy to celebrate a 39-14 win over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC championship game.
    DAILY HERALD 2007 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher participates in a Super Bowl press conference.

      Brian Urlacher participates in a Super Bowl press conference.
    DAILY HERALD 2007 FILE PHOTO

  • Brain Urlacher talks to the media followng the Bears first day of mini-camp.

      Brain Urlacher talks to the media followng the Bears first day of mini-camp.
    DAILY HERALD 2008 FILE PHOTO

  • Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher (54) watches against the Detroit Lions in the first quarter of their NFL football game in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 10, 2011.

      Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher (54) watches against the Detroit Lions in the first quarter of their NFL football game in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 10, 2011.
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  • CHICAGO BEARS LINEBACKER BRIAN URLACHER NAMED ESPN THE MAGAZINE'S "NEXT" 2002 ATHLETE IN SPECIAL YEAR-END ISSUE -- Who's Next? Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher. There was a point in time when he was an unknown college kid who looked great in shoulder pads. Now he's cracking a lineup of legendary Chicago athletes. Urlacher is an undeniable fury, redefining a position.

      CHICAGO BEARS LINEBACKER BRIAN URLACHER NAMED ESPN THE MAGAZINE'S "NEXT" 2002 ATHLETE IN SPECIAL YEAR-END ISSUE -- Who's Next? Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher. There was a point in time when he was an unknown college kid who looked great in shoulder pads. Now he's cracking a lineup of legendary Chicago athletes. Urlacher is an undeniable fury, redefining a position.
    ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO

  • The Bear's Brian Urlacher celebrates against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

      The Bear's Brian Urlacher celebrates against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
    DAILY HERALD 2006 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher ponders what might have been during the fourth quarter of the Bears loss to the Eagles in the playoffs.

      Brian Urlacher ponders what might have been during the fourth quarter of the Bears loss to the Eagles in the playoffs.
    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher celebrates after a fumble recovery.

      Brian Urlacher celebrates after a fumble recovery.
    DAILY HERALD 2006 FILE PHOTO

  • Top fundraisers Katie Baker, left, and Rehann Schleiter, right, received footballs from Brian Urlacher, center. Chicago Bears' Brian Urlacher made a surprise visit to Granger Middle School in Aurora to pass out awards to winners in the school's Football For The Heart program and medals to Special Olympians from competition earlier in the month.

      Top fundraisers Katie Baker, left, and Rehann Schleiter, right, received footballs from Brian Urlacher, center. Chicago Bears' Brian Urlacher made a surprise visit to Granger Middle School in Aurora to pass out awards to winners in the school's Football For The Heart program and medals to Special Olympians from competition earlier in the month.
    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher reacts to a first half quarterback sack at Memorial Stadium in Champaign againt the Colts.

      Brian Urlacher reacts to a first half quarterback sack at Memorial Stadium in Champaign againt the Colts.
    DAILY HERALD 2003 FILE PHOTO

  • Super Bowl XLI Chicago Bears vs. Indianapolis Colts at Dolphin Stadium in Miami. Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher reacts to the loss.

      Super Bowl XLI Chicago Bears vs. Indianapolis Colts at Dolphin Stadium in Miami. Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher reacts to the loss.
    DAILY HERALD 2007 FILE PHOTO

  • Brian Urlacher is all smiles after a Paul Edinger field goal against Jacksonville.

      Brian Urlacher is all smiles after a Paul Edinger field goal against Jacksonville.
    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTO

  • A Bears' fan shows love for the team and Brian Urlacher at Soldier Field.

      A Bears' fan shows love for the team and Brian Urlacher at Soldier Field.
    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTO

  • New Mexico's Brian Urlacher (44) leads the charge downfield during punt coverage by UNM against Colorado State on Saturday, Nov. 6, 1999 at University Stadium in Albuquerque, N.M. Urlacher, who plays both offense and defense for UNM, will be a probable first round NFL draft choice and could be the highest draft pick ever out of UNM.

      New Mexico's Brian Urlacher (44) leads the charge downfield during punt coverage by UNM against Colorado State on Saturday, Nov. 6, 1999 at University Stadium in Albuquerque, N.M. Urlacher, who plays both offense and defense for UNM, will be a probable first round NFL draft choice and could be the highest draft pick ever out of UNM.
    ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO

 

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