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confirmed through Mc Carthy’s publicist that she has been dating linebacker Brian Urlacher of the Chicago Bears for about a month.
Urlacher was considered one of the more talented prospects in the 2000 NFL Draft, and it was the Chicago Bears, in need of a defensive playmaker, who decided to take him in the first round, which led to Urlacher signing a five-year contract worth almost million, a significant start to his net worth.
Brian proved to be an excellent middle linebacker, and won the league’s Rookie Defensive Player of the Month in October 2000.
The two were spotted enjoying dinner together in the city her new beau resides in, specifically at Giuliana and Bill Rancic’s restaurant.
Later that year, Brian announced his retirement via his Twitter account, having been selected for eight Pro-Bowl games, but never making it to a Super Bowl.
During the off season, he renewed his contract with the Bears for another four years.
In 2012, he was awarded the Ed Block Courage Award as a confirmation of his commitment and courage.
Constantly playing football for a high school team, Urlacher gained much experience and played in several positions, as a running back, return specialist, defensive back and wide receiver.
Upon matriculation in 1996, Brian wanted to enroll Texas Tech University, but gave up the idea because the school didn’t offer him an athletic scholarship, so Urlacher went to the University of New Mexico instead, where he majored in criminology and played for the New Mexico Lobos football team.