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VERY CLOSE TO NFC NORTH HEADQUARTERS -- Not long after he officially parted ways with the Chicago Bears, linebacker Brian Urlacher took to the SiriusXM NFL airwaves to explain what happened and why he turned down the team's one-year contract offer. Spea…Share Tweet
New urgency: Draft's top five MLBsHIGH ABOVE THE UPPER MIDWEST -- Earlier this month, we took a sneak peek at Mel Kiper's top five inside/middle linebackers in the 2013 draft. On the occasion of the Chicago Bears' decision to move on without Brian Urlacher, and with the Minnesota Viking…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 20, 2013Panthers cornerback Captain Munnerlyn tweeted Wednesday night that he will be re-signing with Carolina. According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, Munnerlyn’s deal with Carolina is for one year. The Bears had also offered Munnerlyn a one-yearShare TweetThe good news for Brian Ulracher is that everyone involved with the Bears seems convinced that he has a value to the organization. The bad news is nobody is converting that intangible feeling into tangible dollars and cents. Bears coach Marc Trestman sa…Share Tweet
Matt Forte getting 'my fine money ready'PHOENIX -- Before the discussion even began, Chicago Bears tailback Matt Forte used the word "absurd" to describe the NFL's plans to penalize running backs for hitting opponents with the crown of their helmets when running outside the tackle b…Share TweetThe Bears and free agent defensive end Turk McBride agreed to a one-year deal on Tuesday, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago reports citing a source familiar with the situation. McBride, who flew into Chicago on Monday and visited with the Bears on Tuesday …Share Tweet
Player safety 'overrode our concerns'PHOENIX -- Chicago Bears tailback Matt Forte called it "absurd." Leslie Frazier worried that his MVP running back would be subjected to an increasing number of hits to his knee. The NFC North generated as much opposition to the NFL's proposed …Share Tweet