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54 Brian Urlacher MLB
Height/Weight: 6-4/258 | Birthdate: 5/25/1978 | Birthplace: Pasco, WA, USA | Team: Chicago | College: New Mexico | NFL Experience: 14 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Urlacher says he's retiring


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/22/2013) Brian Urlacher announced his retirement in a statement on Twitter. While he was offered a contract by the Bears this offseason, he deemed it too low and shopped his services elsewhere but couldn't get any acceptable offers. "Although I could continue playing, I'm not sure I would bring a level of performance or passion that's up to my standards," he said in a statement. "When considering this, along with the fact that I could retire after a 13 year career wearing only one jersey for such a storied franchise, my decision became pretty clear."

Urlacher says he'll play in 2013


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/22/2013) Linebacker Brian Urlacher promised the Chicago Sun-Times he will play in 2013, just not for the Bears. After the only team he's known over his career gave him an unsatisfactory offer to finish his career with the team, the future Hall of Famer said he's open to going elsewhere so long as the compensation is fair. He said he will not reconsider the Bears after their lowball offer.

Urlacher likely done with Bears


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(3/20/2013) It appears that free agent linebacker Brian Urlacher's time with the Chicago Bears has come to an end. NFL.com reports that the Bears and Urlacher were unable to come to terms Wednesday and it seems unlikely he'll return to them next season. Urlacher was looking for $3.5 to $4 million but the Bears are not willing to go that high for the 35-year-old.

Bears want Urlacher back


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/19/2013) Bears president Ted Phillips told the Chicago Tribune he wants Brian Urlacher to return to the team and finish his career as a Bear. "The reality is we would like nothing more than for Brian to finish his career as a Bear," Phillips said. "I still remember the day we drafted him. He played safety in college and he’s turned into one of the best middle linebackers and Chicago Bears in history. I hope his career ends with us."

Report: Urlacher, Bears talking deal


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/7/2013) ProFootballTalk.com reports the Bears and linebacker Brian Urlacher are "engaged in ongoing discussions" regarding a return to the team. Urlacher is scheduled to be a free agent this offseason and has said he'd take a pay cut to stay with the Bears.

Future murky for Urlacher


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/15/2013) The Chicago Tribune reports that new Bears coach Marc Trestman acknowledged reaching out to pending free agent linebacker Brian Urlacher. "I spoke with (Urlacher) on the phone, probably a 30-40 minute discussion," said Trestman. "He was great, and we just talked generally about the team, not specifically about his situation. I asked him about the team and our locker room and tried to gather as much information as I could to try to do a better job as we move through the spring.” Urlacher, who turns 35 this spring, has made it known he wants to return for 2013. But whether or not Urlacher will remain in the middle of the defense, no one is saying. “I don’t think there’s any question that he loves Chicago,” Trestman said of Urlacher. “I’ll just leave it at that. I’m not as attuned to the entire situation, certainly the economics and all the things that go into it. That’s going to be a process between Brian and the organization as we move forward.”

Urlacher open to pay cut


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(1/30/2013) Eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker Brian Urlacher sounds realistic about his value heading into his 14th season. The impending free agent, who made $7.5 million in 2012, is willing to take less to stay with the Bears. "When you look at my age and everything, it's going to be hard to not give them a discount," Urlacher said on a radio show in Chicago. "I'm not going to make what I was making in the past, how about that? Does that make sense? That's fair." Urlacher called Chicago “my home.” "Whether I play for the Bears or not, that's my home," he said. "So I want to be there and hopefully we can work something out, but if not I'll go somewhere else." Hampered by knee and hamstring injuries this season, Urlacher finished with 68 tackles. He had played full seasons the two previous years, racking up 225 tackles. "At times I felt like I was playing pretty well -- I was just so inconsistent," Urlacher said of 2012. "I was never really in football shape. It was very frustrating for me to be out there and just not be able to do what I normally do. I think I can get back there, though ... just through training in the offseason and get back into it, and practicing. Gosh, I missed so much practice last year. It was frustrating."