A Look at Brian Urlacher’s Hall of Fame Credentials

Chicago Bears legend Brian Urlacher was named as a Hall of Fame semifinalist on Tuesday night, and we're looking back at the most impressive feats of his NFL career.

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In Urlacher's rookie season, he won the Associated Press' Defensive Rookie of the Year award.
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Urlacher had one offensive touchdown in his career: a receiving touchdown against Washington in a Dec. 2001 game.
Urlacher was named to the NFL's All-Pro team four times in his career, receiving that honor for the 2001, 2002, 2005, and 2006 seasons.
Urlacher was named the Associated Press' Defensive Player of the Year for his exploits during the 2005 season. He registered 79 tackles, six sacks, and forced a fumble during that campaign.
Urlacher set an NFL record when he was credited with 26 tackles in a single game against the Cardinals in 2006.
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Urlacher registered 92 tackles and intercepted three passes during the 2006 season, helping guide the Bears to a berth in Super Bowl XLI against the Indianapolis Colts.
Urlacher ultimately made eight Pro Bowl appearances for the Bears in his decorated career.
Urlacher had a nose for the end zone, scoring four defensive touchdowns, including an interception return for a touchdown in his final pro season in 2012.
Urlacher started 180 games in his career with the Bears, falling just short of Walter Payton's team record of 184 career starts in a Bears uniform.
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Urlacher was credited with 1229 tackles in his NFL career, the most of any player in Bears history.
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