So this is what Brian Urlacher has been up to during retirement

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Retirement has been an odd time for Brian Urlacher.

First, the former Bears linebacker abandoned his signature look by growing a full head of hair last month, and now it appears he’s spending his days cleaning up donkey poo.

Check out the campaign mailer sent out by Urlacher’s brother, Casey, who is running for the 26th District seat in the state senate.

Yes, that’s Urlacher holding a shovel on the left, appearing to clean up after a pair of donkeys.

Below is the tagline “Casey Urlacher practices cleaning up after Democrats.”

Casey, the current Mayor of Mettawa, also briefly spent time with the Bears during their 2003 training camp.

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