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Last week, the Vikings unveiled the design for their new stadium. Since PFT Live was on a temporary hiatus last week, we weren’t able to talk about it. This week, we’re back, and Vikings president Mark Wilf (pictured with Vikings chairman Zygi Wilf) j
Share TweetCatching up around the division Wednesday after Brian Urlacher's retirement illuminated at least one curious development. Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas isn't participating in organized team activities (OTAs), and not just simply to avoid wear and te…Share TweetIt never seemed likely that the Minnesota Vikings would pursue Brian Urlacher in free agency, given their sharp turn toward youth over the past two years. And now it seems clear that Urlacher had little interest in a mercenary-style role with the Viking…
Bears have NFL's oldest startersUpdated May 22 Share TweetAs rosters shake out this summer, you'll hear a fair amount about the "youngest" and "oldest" teams in the NFL. Sometimes those figures and rankings can be skewed by aged kickers or an exceptionally youthful set of reserves, so I lik…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetWe're Black and Blue All Over: The Green Bay Packers lost a promising rookie -- perhaps for the season -- on the first day of their organized team activities (OTAs), according to multiple reports. Offensive lineman J.C. Tretter, a fourth-round draft pic…Source: ESPN.com
NFL Live OT: Urlacher RetiresMay 22Cris Carter and Jerry Rice look back at the career of Brian Urlacher.
Did Brian Urlacher retire at the right time?May 22Darren Sharper and Heath Evans react to Brian Urlacher's decision to retire after 13 seasons in the NFL.
Reaction to Brian Urlacher's retirementMay 22How is Chicago dealing with the retirement of Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher? Stacey Dales has the latest from Soldier Field on "NFL Total Access."
Brian Urlacher: If Lovie still was with Chicago Bears, I would be, tooMay 22Brian Urlacher joins Andrew Siciliano on "NFL Total Access" to discuss why he decided to retire and what could have caused him to stick around for at least one more year.