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NFL Legends is back! After my good friend, Angel Navedo, left a post on my board saying that I needed to get back in the game, I turned off the TV, iPOD, and any other miscellaneous distractions and decided to finish an article I had started long ago. Now, unplug your phones, turn off those cells, and refrain from any other activities while Professor Williamson tells you the story of Dick Butkus.
The Chicago Bears have numerous legends in their team history. Prior to the start of this regular season, linebacker Brian Urlacher became the latest former Bear to go into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Prior to Chicago's first playoff appearance since on Sunday afternoon, Urlacher joined fellow Bears legend Dick Butkus in getting the crowd amped up against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont. Media members had a chance to speak with those legends, from Dick Butkus to Mike Ditka to Devin Hester and everywhere in between, Friday evening. Below is a sampling of some of the best quotes and stories we heard:. Halas retired from coaching infour years after winning his last NFL championship and two years into the Super Bowl era.
Growling, he is a terror to anyone wearing another color football jersey, leveling those foolish enough to carry the ball. Seventy-five years old? The Bears great and former radio analyst?
Play pro football. I love the game. Richard Marvin Butkus
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By: nesbittandy1 January 6, pm. Love he just kicked it away like he never cared one bit about that dumb hat. Tourists at a game reserve in South Africa must have been astonished to gaze back at their lodge and see an elephant on its roof.
Lions wide receiver Chuck Hughes lies on the turf at Tiger Stadium on October 24,having just suffered a heart attack. Dick Butkus stands above him. I have just one, a Detroit Lions nodder that dates back to the Nixon administration. At some point during the afternoon of October 24,I bought it for my high-school girlfriend today my wife at the first sporting event we ever attended together: a game between the Lions and Chicago Bears at Tiger Stadium.