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Monday, October 22, 2018

Chicago Bears fans upset ESPN did not air Brian Urlacher ceremony

ESPN is being criticized for failing to air any of the Brian Urlacher ceremony during halftime of the Chicago Bears-Seattle Seahawks game on “Monday Night Football.”

Urlacher was celebrated during halftime of the game at Soldier Field for being enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame last month. He was given his Hall of Fame ring and a mini statue of himself in uniform.

Those who weren’t at the game probably missed the ceremony because ESPN did not include it in their halftime programming. That omission was noted by many Bears fans and media members.

Considering that the Bears were playing in the MNF game, have a huge fan base, and the historic element to recognizing Hall of Fame ceremonies, the network seemed to miss an opportunity.


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