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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Urlacher ultimately made eight Pro Bowl appearances for the Bears in his decorated career.
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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.
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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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