Brian Urlacher: Is 2010 a Make-or-Break Year for His Hall of Fame Bid?

July 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2000, the NFL fanatics across the world witnessed a new rookie linebacker who claimed the Defensive Rookie of the Year and took over the league for several more years.
Brian Urlacher, a Pasco, Washington native, has been one of the most highly touted linebackers ever.
Known for his unmatched combination of speed, agility, size and strength, the 2005 NFL Defensive Player of the Year has become one of the most feared individuals to opposing offenses.
The career Bear is one of the most popular players this past decade.
Nationally, Urlacher's jersey sales are on a higher level than Michael Vick or Brett Favre. Chicago's head coach Lovie Smith repeatedly regards Brian as the "quarterback of the defense."
Even with the aforementioned achievements, fans still oppose the idea of Urlacher being voted into the Hall of Fame.
Despite a wrist injury that seems to indicate the slope in his career, has Urlacher done enough to earn a spot in football's hall, or wi...

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