Brian Urlacher is a linebacker for the Chicago Bears. He is one of the finest players in the National Football League (NFL). Brian's job on defense is to stop the opposing team from scoring points. He does this with a combination of brute strength and a fierce will to never let opposing players score a touchdown or even gain a single yard while he is on the field. Urlacher stands at six feet, four inches tall and weighs more than 250 pounds, which makes him an imposing, even menacing figure on the field. In addition to being big and strong, Brian is blessed with speed and quick reflexes, which help him tackle runners and swat down passes. His intelligence also gives him a sense of what the other team is doing as a play is unfolding. All of those attributes helped him earn the honor of being named the NFL's Defensive Player of Year in 2005.
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