The Bears will not be without the heart of their defense in the regular season opener, as Chicago…
Is it time to sit Urlacher?
Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher has been playing in the NFL since 2000. The former first-round draft pick has started 170 games in the navy and orange, which includes last night's 23-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers. The sample size is more than large enough for us to know what to expect from Urlacher on the game field. We've seen him perform for more than 12 seasons, so when something isn't right with the Future Hall of Famer, it's easy to spot. Urlacher sprained the MCL and PCL in his left knee in the season finale last year. He may or may not have had surgery on it – it depends on who you talk to – and missed all of the team's offseason activities. Yet when training camp rolled around, there was Urlacher on the Bourbonnais practice fields in his familiar middle linebacker position. LB Brian UrlacherDavid Banks/US Presswire Yet he injured the knee again just four days into camp, an injury he said was unrelated to the one...
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