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  • Brian Urlacher mulling retirement?

    http://www.suntimes.com/sports/mulli...bear18.article

    Suprised to see this hasn't been posted yet. It would be a big time blow to the Bears if decides to hang 'em up.


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  • #2
    I dont think he'll retire, but I think he'll just hold out


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    • #3
      Lance Briggs part deux?

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      • #4
        he won't he isn't even that old
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pooQi...eature=related

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        • #5
          lol i was just about to post it actually.

          so trade? retirement?

          It would make sense if he's too hurt or if he doesn't want to risk injury concerns later on in his life

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tjpackers View Post
            he won't he isn't even that old
            That's a pretty dumb thing to say.
            I mean really, age doesn't always dictate retirement genius.

            Look at Dan Morgan, he might have to retire this year or next
            and he's like 28, 29 at the most.

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            • #7
              Last year he was perfectly happy for Briggs to get a big contract, but now he's got one Urlacher wants more money. Seems kinda petty to me. And there's no way he's gonna retire, thats one way to guarantee not getting paid.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by njx9
                gosh, nice job. it doesn't always... and you mention a SINGLE example.... then you call him dumb. that's fantastic.

                i'd encourage you to find the number of players who've retired in the last year who were over the age of, say, 32. then find the number under that age. then compare. then ask yourself "who's really the genius? him, for suggesting that urlacher might fit into the vast majority of player retirements, or me, for calling him dumb because 0.003% of players retire due to reasons other than age and i thought i was like, the coolest guy ever for mentioning that like it had any bloody relevance whatso-*******-ever".
                I was referring to the fact that he said "he wont retire because he's not old",
                how is that not something stupid to say? He's in essence completely disregarding
                any type of injury or future injury concerns he might have, just because he's not old. That's a very stupid assumption to make, and that's why i said that. Me referencing Dan Morgan was just an example that one does not need to be old to retire, which Dan Morgan could very well do soon.

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                • #9
                  Well that would suck for Chi Town!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by njx9
                    gosh, nice job. it doesn't always... and you mention a SINGLE example.... then you call him dumb. that's fantastic.

                    i'd encourage you to find the number of players who've retired in the last year who were over the age of, say, 32. then find the number under that age. then compare. then ask yourself "who's really the genius? him, for suggesting that urlacher might fit into the vast majority of player retirements, or me, for calling him dumb because 0.003% of players retire due to reasons other than age and i thought i was like, the coolest guy ever for mentioning that like it had any bloody relevance whatso-*******-ever".

                    Well, I suppose it depends on what constitutes a retirement. Is a guy who gives up football because nobody will sign him retiring from football? If that's the case, I'd imagine that the number of players below 32 would be much, much higher than the number of players above 32.

                    Oh, I think it's time for Urlacher to hang them up. But, he should wait until the last possible moment so Chicago cannot possibly replace him.

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                    • #11
                      Id hate to see him retire, despite all the bad memories



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                      • #12
                        Brian Urlacher called a report in the Chicago Sun Times that he may be threatening to retire a "gossip column."

                        "I never said that I was going to quit," Urlacher claims. "Reports like that is why I choose not to speak to the media." Urlacher says the Bears are offering a one-year extension. They're right to hesitate considering his uneven play in 2007, offseason neck surgery, arthritic back, and age (30 in May).

                        Rotoworld

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                        • #13
                          haha yea he really hates the media..

                          i think he just has to wait after the draft
                          With everything settling, the Bears will turn their attention towards Tommie, Hester and him. I dont think they would let him go

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                          • #14
                            I heard he has real neck problems. (Can't find the source right now). That would defiantly be 2 more wins for the Leos if the leader and best player on that D hangs them up.
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                            • #15
                              It would be ashame if he really did have injuries that could cause him to retire. Now if he is just mad and wants money and out of Chicago then I will be more then happy :D

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