I'm not sure if I sent the message or notReport: Urlacher in court fight over son Jul 11, 2007
I'd trade this game right now to have Mike backBears' safety suffers season-ending injury Sep 19, 2004
I've been here three years, and I don't think it really gets much better football-wise anywhere else than this placeUrlacher gets long-term deal from Bears Jun 04, 2003
This is a culmination of a lot of years of hard work. I don't really know what to say. I'm going to be a Bear for the rest of my career, and that's exciting for meUrlacher gets long-term deal from Bears Jun 04, 2003
This is a very exciting day for me and my familyUrlacher gets long-term deal from Bears Jun 04, 2003
Brian Keith Urlacher (pronounced /ˈɜrlækər/) (born May 25, 1978) is an American football player for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL). He attended the University of New Mexico, where he was one of the school's most decorated athletes. In addition to setting multiple university records, Urlacher earned consideration for the Jim Thorpe Award and Heisman Trophy during his senior year. He started his professional career with Bears as the ninth overall selection in 2000 NFL Draft.
Urlacher has since established himself as one of the league's most productive defensive players. After winning the NFL Rookie of the Year Award in 2000, he has been elected to seven Pro Bowls, and won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year award in 2005. His playing style, accomplishments and reputation have made him one of the team's most popular players. Urlacher has also been spokesperson for several companies. Sega Sports selected Urlacher to appear on the cover of NFL 2K3, while other companies, such as Nike, McDonald's, Old Spice, and Vitamin Water, have featured him in several television advertisements and promotions.
Brian Urlacher was born to Bradley and Lavoyda Urlacher in Pasco, Washington. After his parents separated, Lavoyda raised Urlacher and his siblings in Lovington, New Mexico. He spent his youth immersed in sports, and developed an interest in football, basketball, and later table tennis he graduated from Lovington High School in 1995. While his mother worked several jobs to keep her family afloat, Urlacher spent his teenage years playing sports for Lovington High School and training in weight rooms. The training helped Urlacher gain the speed, stamina, and strength he would need to solidify his football career.