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Urlacher MRI shows no ACL damage

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Urlacher MRI shows no ACL damage

A day after linebacker Brian Urlacher limped off the field with his left knee wrapped in an iceberg and the Metrodome crowd giving him a standing ovation, the news was borderline good for a Bears team in need of some.

Urlacher has a sprained left MCL and partially sprained PCL but no damage to his ACL or knee cartilage, according to ChicagoBears.com.

The exam and diagnosis were handled by team doctors Gordon Nuber and Michael Corcoran. The injuries will not require surgery and Urlacher projects to be ready for the start of training camp, with measured participation in the Bears offseason sessions.

Under Center Podcast: Can Mitch Trubisky follow Carson Wentz’s path to stardom?

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Under Center Podcast: Can Mitch Trubisky follow Carson Wentz’s path to stardom?

JJ Stankevitz and John “Moon” Mullin are joined by NBC Sports Philadelphia Eagles reporter Dave Zangaro to offer an encouraging connection between Carson Wentz’s growth and that of Mitchell Trubisky.

Check out the entire podcast here:

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Urlacher a lock for Hall of Fame next year?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Urlacher a lock for Hall of Fame next year?

David Haugh (Chicago Tribune), Mark Grote (670 The Score) and Seth Gruen (Big Ten Unfiltered podcast) join Kap on the panel. John Fox is getting all of the heat but how much criticism does Ryan Pace deserve for building another losing team? Plus, is Brian Urlacher a lock to get into Canton next year?