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Brian Urlacher
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Football Player
    (May 25, 1978- )
    Raised in New Mexico
    Played for the Chicago Bears (2000-2012)
    Played college football for the University of New Mexico
    8 Pro Bowl selections
    Football Digest's NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2001, 2005)
    NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (2000)
    Was the highest paid player in the NFL
    He is divorced.
    He received attention for being seen once with Paris Hilton in Las Vegas.
    He has a couple of tattoos.
    He appeared in numerous commercials.
    He was one of the best defensive players in the NFL.
    He is viewed as an icon by the people of Chicago.
    His jersey was one of the highest selling among NFL players.
    He supports the Illinois and New Mexico Special Olympics.
    He is in a humorous commercial for Campbell's Chunky Soup where he plays Duck, Duck, Goose with school children.

Credit: Whiff Boy


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