Urlacher discusses future

ESPN’s Jeffri Chadiha is a great writer and an old friend who got Brian Urlacher to talk about his future, which was a subject the Bears middle linebacker didn’t want to broach during a recent minicamp.

“I’d like to think I could play as long as I wanted,” Urlacher said. “But I also know that there aren’t many players who get to make that call.”

Urlacher also admits this will be the most critical season of his career. Great read. Here’s the link: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=chadiha_jeffri&id=5229286

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