Who is Kennedy Urlacher? Wiki, Biography, Age, Parents, Brian Urlacher’s Son, Instagram

Kennedy Urlacher Wiki – Biography

Kennedy Urlacher is Brian Urlacher’s son with Tyna Karageorge. His mother, Tyna Karageorge, later married Ryan Karageorge, who died from a gunshot wound on December 29, 2016.

He played college football for the University of New Mexico, where he was recognized as a consensus All-American and became one of the school’s most decorated athletes.

After retiring from professional football, he was briefly an analyst for Fox Sports 1. He was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility on February 3, 2018.

Kennedy Urlacher Age

Kennedy Urlacher was born in 2005.


Kennedy Urlacher is the son of Brian Urlacher and Tyna Karageorge. He is the nephew of Casey Urlacher and Sheri Urlacher. He is the grandson of Bradley Urlacher and Lavoyda Urlacher.

Brian Urlacher Statement – Brian Urlacher Instagram Post

Brian Urlacher criticized NBA protests of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. He said in a since-deleted Instagram post: “Brett Favre played the MNF game the day his dad died, threw 4 TDs in the first half, and was a legend for playing in the face of adversity. NBA players boycott the playoffs because a dude reaching for a knife wanted on a felony sexual assault warrant was shot by police.”

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The Chicago Bears organization distanced itself from Brian Urlacher in the following statement: “In the wake of what has taken place in our backyard of Kenosha over the last couple of days, we as a team have a lot on our mind today. We decided to pause our football activities to voice to each other, our coaches, and our staff where we stand on the real issues around race and police brutality in our country.

“We had a productive discussion, but we all agreed that talks and discussions are simply not enough anymore and we need action. We are putting in plans to take action in our communities and together we believe we can make a real difference. We need action not only today but in the days to come.”


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