Ladies and gents, Brian Urlacher is BACK!
The Bears linebacking badass has been named the Legends Captain of the NFC team at the 2019 Pro Bowl. The other Legends Captains include Jim Kelly, Emmitt Smith and DeMarcus Ware.
#ProBowl 2019 I'm coming! Announcing that I will be the Captain 👊🏽for the NFC team at the 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon in Orlando.
Be there on 1/27! 🏈
Tix: https://t.co/wYLARitsSB#bears #nfl #orlando #nfcvsafc #football pic.twitter.com/x8DKeDnCUM
— Brian Urlacher (@BUrlacher54) December 5, 2018
Now, we all know the Pro Bowl is the most pointless game of all All Star games, but I’m here to propose something the NFL should do with these Legends Captains…
Let’s have these Captains PLAY in the Pro Bowl.
Ok, just think about it.
How sick would it be to see Urlacher suit up again and play some ball? I bet he could still knock some heads and chase down backs sideline to sideline. Patrick Mahomes, Phillip Rivers and Andrew Luck would shit themselves if they had to play against an NFC team with LACH roaming around. I’d shed tears of joy to see #54 play one last time.
And how great would it be to see DeMarcus Ware pass rush the shit out of some kids? I bet Emmitt Smith could still run the ball down the hole, too. After all, he’s still a competitor – he won Dancing With The Stars a billion years ago – that fire is there.
And don’t you DARE tell me Jim Kelly can’t still sling the ball at 58 years old – age is just a number. Plus, I’m sure Jim wants to restore the Kelly name after his nephew Chad fucked it all up earlier this year.
Just consider it, Mr. Roger Goodell. Want to make the Pro Bowl more interesting? Let these Legends suit up.
Also, if Brian Urlacher does play, he’s gonna have to rock his old look with a bald head. I don’t think I can watch him play with hair – even if he is wearing a helmet AND even if he does get paid FAT CHECKS by Restore. I will say, the hair does look good.
O Captain! My Captain! (anyone else love when they yell this shit in Dead Poets Society?)
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