• McCaskey open to an Urlacher return - someday

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 2, 2013
    Bears chairman George McCaskey didn’t say no when asked about a possible return for Urlacher, saying the two had spoken since the decision was made to part ways. That makes it sound like McCaskey’s thinking about a post-retirement Urlacher, as Emery seems to have made it clear they didn’t want him on the field. That didn’t exactly sound like an absolute “no,” but McCaskey stressed the decision isn’t his. “It’s up to the market and Phil [Emery, general manager] and Marc [Trestman, coach],” McCaskey said, via John Mullin of CSNChicago.com. In Williams, Emery said the team sees a player ‘‘who can contribute immediately at ‘Mike’ linebacker,’’ where Urlacher previously worked. From the look of it to the feel of it, Bears players found themselves in a different locker room when their offseason training began Tuesday at Halas Hall.
  • Change apparent as Bears begin training without Brian Urlacher

    From the look of it to the feel of it, Bears players found themselves in a different locker room when their offseason training began Tuesday at Halas Hall. Offensive and defensive players were no longer separated but arranged in alternating stalls with …
    Source: suntimes.com

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