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Urlacher Says He Will Give Bears A Discount To Stay In Chicago

Urlacher Says He Will Give Bears A Discount To Stay In Chicago

bearsgab.com profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 30, 2013
Brian Urlacher said Tuesday he has yet to hear from the Bears regarding his future, but the veteran linebacker is hopeful that he will be back with the team for a 14th season in 2013, the Chicago Tribune reports. “Chicago is my home,” Urlacher told ”
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  • MORRISSEY: NFL must save players from themselves

    MORRISSEY: NFL must save players from themselves

    suntimes.com Jan 30, 2013
    NEW ORLEANS - A storm is coming, but many NFL players and coaches are dressed in shorts, T-shirts and flip-flops while doing their best to ignore its approach. The concussion issue isn’t going anywhere, other than forward. Player safety has taken cent
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  • Homegrown or imported, 49ers deep in talent

    Homegrown or imported, 49ers deep in talent

    CNNSI.com Jan 30, 2013
    NEW ORLEANS -- The Cain and Abel coaching sub-plot in this year's Super Bowl is undeniably the most irresistible in NFL history, but it's still the playing talent that decides championships in football, and that's where the San Francisco 49ers have almo…
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  • Jim Zorn may replace Marc Trestman in Montreal

    Jim Zorn may replace Marc Trestman in Montreal

    profootballtalk.com Jan 30, 2013
    Marc Trestman has left his job as head coach of the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes to become the head coach of the Chicago Bears, and now a former NFL head coach may replace him. Jim Zorn has interviewed for the Alouettes job, NFL Network
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  • Video - Chicago Hot Button: Should the Bears re-sign Brian Urlacher? 02:17

    Chicago Hot Button: Should the Bears re-sign Brian Urlacher?

    Jan 30
    ESPN Chicago's Tom Waddle explains why there's no simple answer to whether the Bears should re-sign linebacker Brian Urlacher.