With Jack M Silverstein’s fantastic WCG All-Chicago Bears Post-Ditka Team up to the linebacker position, he stumbled on to this neat old school video featuring Rosevelt Colvin and Warrick Holdman. He shared it to our Twitter account, but I wanted to share it here as well.
The linebacking duo were drafted five picks apart by the Bears in the 4th round of the 1999 NFL Draft, with Holdman going 106th overall and Colvin going 111th. They played together in Chicago until 2002, and were a part of the 2001 NFC Central division champs. Each player had his career best year during that 2001 season.
Colvin left the Bears after the 2002 season, and signed with the New England Patriots. He won a ring with them in 2003. Holdman left the Bears following the 2003 season, and signed with the Cleveland Browns.
According to YouTuber, danbari100, this video is from 2002, and it aired on Bears Kickoff Live on Fox Chicago.