Butkus. Nitschke. Lambert. Singletary.
BOURBONNAIS | Jonathan Bostic figured his rookie season would be spent observing from a distance and playing cheerleader on Sundays.
BOURBONNAIS | Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman admit change can be difficult, even when it's necessary.
To celebrate the Hall-of-Fame career of an all-time Bears great, we take a look back at the top five moments in Brian Urlacher's career — with four honorable mentions — for No. 54:
LAKE FOREST | The Bears' draft picks have plenty of obstacles to overcome in the next few months while trying to fit onto the roster.
Besides growing up together in cozy Lovington, New Mexico and being best friends, the bond between Brian Urlacher and Brandon Ridenour is as basic as milk.
Bears' middle linebacker Brian Urlacher takes the field during pre-game introductions at Soldier Field in October of 2006.
LAKE FOREST | The Bears' defense will likely have a similar look next season, with or without Brian Urlacher.
LAKE FOREST | The NFL's oldest rivals are spicing up their Sunday showdown with some serious trash talk.
It's the time of year when the men are separated from the boys in the NFL.
CHICAGO | Marshawn Lynch isn't the most talkative guy in the NFL, for whatever reason.
CHICAGO | As of Sunday morning, the Bears' remaining six NFC opponents were a respectable 33-27.
With apologies to Andy Williams, where do I begin?
CHICAGO | Bears' wins are comical when their defense is at the wheel and running over anyone in the way.
LAKE FOREST | Bears general manager Phil Emery defended Jay Cutler as a franchise quarterback Wednesday and shrugged off recent sideline incidents with left tackle J'Marcus Webb and offensive coordinator Mike Tice.
CHICAGO | Tim Jennings stands 5-foot-8, Major Wright 5-11.
CHICAGO | How ironic that the Bears' Game Day program featured cover boy Brian Urlacher, arms folded and looking like he was ready to seek and destroy anyone in a Colts uniform.
Perhaps you don't recall the play. It was late in the January season finale against the Vikings when Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher and safety Major Wright arrived at the same spot in the end zone at the same time.
BOURBONNAIS | The fans are upset. The media already is taking target practice. And Bears players, the subject of their discontent, are promising to straighten up.
BOURBONNAIS | Brian Urlacher's outlook is as healthy as his left knee.
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