Not that this is breaking news to me, but the Chicago Bears have more pressing issues than Jay Cutler's impersonation of Rex Grossman on Sunday night.
Cue the limp wrist jokes star middle linebacker Brian Urlacher looks like he will be out for the season. That alone spells doom for a defense that has been inconsistent since being ridden to Super Bowl XLI. The six-time Pro Bowler was a beacon of light for the defense and was reportedly as healthy as he's ever been. Add the loss of linebacker Piso Tinoisamoa, it looks like Lance Briggs is the last man standing in the linebacker corps.
So, where do the Bears go from here? The Sun-Times suggests former Tampa Bay linebacker Derrick Brooks, who was cut before the season started. The former face of the Bucs 'Tampa 2' defense flourished under Lovie Smith and could be a quick fix. The CST article also suggests Zach Thomas.
Quite an opening week for Chicago, huh?
And to think, I was ready to write a blog in hopes of freeing Plaxico Burress or finding Marvin Harrison. But I guess the Bears have bigger fish to fry now.