Brian Urlacher says new NFL rules don’t affect the way he plays

Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher joined the show to talk about his season and much more.

Urlacher said he doesn’t think at all about the way he hits guys. He just plays and doesn’t think about how the officials are going to call things. Urlacher said that they’re so inconsistent, it’s not worth worrying about. And Urlacher said it’s unfair that offensive players can basically do whatever they want, including crack-back blocks.

Urlacher also talked about the crazy Bears punt return against the Packers last Sunday. He said that he didn’t think they should have thrown a flag and can’t find it on tape.

Urlacher also weighed in on the Clay Matthews look. “I think the way they cut his jersey makes his pads look smaller,” Urlacher said. Urlacher said he chooses not to grow hair like that (although he admitted it wouldn’t come in even).

Urlacher said he doesn’t think at all about the way he hits guys. He just plays and doesn’t think about how the officials are going to call things. Urlacher said that they’re so inconsistent, it’s not worth worrying about. And Urlacher said it’s unfair that offensive players can basically do whatever they want, including crack-back blocks.

Urlacher said that football and his teammates helped him recover from his mother’s death. He said that he will play like he always does to honor her memory, as if she’s watching.

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