Teammates not surprised by Urlacher's recent foul mood.
"Brian's not having as much fun as he'd like to have. He wants to win. That's paramount in his mind," special teams star Brendon Ayanbadejo said. "He could be the highest-paid player in NFL history, but if he's not winning, he's not gonna have much fun playing. That's what it comes down to for him."
Despite mixed results since Devin Hester has moved over to wide receiver, he is still good with the move and looking forward to the things to come.
The Bears are losing the turnover battle in a big way. They are 11 under the pace they set last year.
Extending on a topic that seems to be growing with Bears fans, that of Derek Anderson as a potential QB option for next year. PFT has drawn it out a bit more.
Even if a potential suitor for Anderson decides not to slip a "poison pill" in the offer sheet to Anderson that would make it impossible for Cleveland to match the deal, the only way that the Browns would be able to keep Anderson around for 2008 would be to make the kind of financial investment that will make it impossible for them to put him on the bench in 2009. Or 2010.