Brian Urlacher enjoyed a moment of solitude until I interrupted it. I stood next to him cradling a new football and old-fashioned assertiveness. He turned to me with a smile, not a scowl as I feared. Sept.
5 takeaways from ex-Bear Brian Urlacher and ex-Packer Jordy Nelson’s football boot camp at the Navy’s Great Lakes base
Brian Urlacher and Jordy Nelson got to face off again, but this time surrounded by sailors at Naval Station Great Lakes instead of fans at Soldier Field. The former Bear and Packer coached military service
For the Bears center, blocking linebackers on outside zone runs was “easy. ... I cut them off in a second.” So on one of the first days of training camp in Platteville, Wis., in 2000, Kreutz thought something
If you’re looking to rub elbows with famous names of both Hollywood and sports acclaim, there are local opportunities from East to West during the next couple weeks. Chicago Bears favorite Brian Urlacher
When Tommie Harris walked into Halas Hall for the first time, the first voice he heard was the most forceful one in the building. “NFL, watch out for 97! NFL, watch out for 97!” Harris, the Bears’ first-round
Whether it was fighting a fullback head-on in the hole, tailing a tight end or tailback in pass coverage, blasting between blockers to make a tackle for a loss or chasing down someone with sprinter’s Lance
If you live in Chicago or plan to visit the Windy City for a Bears game this fall, get ready to see some hauntingly huge bobbleheads. The Bears will scatter bobblehead statues standing seven-feet tall