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Brian Urlacher enjoys his cheeseburger differently than others

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Former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher retired from the NFL in 2012, but Bears fans are still enjoying his company.

One fan on Reddit said the former Pro Bowler came into his restaurant and talked with the chef, back of house employees and owner for 10 to 15 minutes after ordering a cheeseburger.

The chef said Urlacher ordered his burger medium well with ketchup, mayonnaise, cheddar, lettuce, tomato and raw onion. That’s a Urlacher burger.

From the Reddit post:

[Urlacher] is a big dude and seemed like a heck of a good guy.

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There’s no indication of the name of this restaurant or the location.

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