“It frustrates me every year that he’s not in the NFL HOF.” -Brian Urlacher
Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher was in attendance for the Westgate Resorts’ Celebrity Golf Classic Media Day at the Las Vegas Country Club on Wednesday. Also, in attendance was former Raiders’ (QB) Jay Schroeder, among other celebrities, and high profile executives to promote the tournament coming up in April.
Urlacher gave us his prediction for the Wilder-Fury 2 fight this Saturday, Las Vegas Raiders, and his thoughts on Zach Thomas falling short in Canton.
“Zach Thomas is one of the players I looked up to growing up playing football.” Urlacher said.
In addition to the Celebrity Golf Classic in April, he will contribute to the NFL Draft process. Brian doesn’t know his role, but he is ready to help make this an exciting weekend.
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The tournament will run from April 23 – 26, 2020 with a variety of VIP events throughout the week. On behalf of Richard A. Siegel (Tournament Founder), Bryan “Coach” Ingrande (Executive Director), Michael Milthorpe (Tournament Director) and the team at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino.
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