Lance Briggs to Join CSN Chicago Bears Coverage

Lance Briggs is no longer on the field but that doesn’t mean you won’t be seeing him at a Bears game.

A fan favorite, Briggs is linebacker who had a lot of history with the Chicago Bears. Amid rumors about retirement, he’s been quick to announce he would take an opportunity if it came along. This week at a Cub’s broadcast he said this,

“Here’s the thing with that: I haven’t filed my papers yet but I’m ready to get behind the camera. Now if somebody called me and said ‘Hey Lance, we’d like you to come play football,’ I’m going to say I’m happily retired. If they say ‘Hey Lance, we’re going to offer you this,’ I’m going to say, ‘There’s a good chance you’ve got a new football player.'”

Cubs Snubbed: Sox Fan Buries Hat at Wrigley Field

Maybe the Cubs should keep a closer eye on who they hire…

A White Sox fan working on Wrigley Field’s renovations has left a mark on the ballpark.

Amid a fresh concrete pour at Wrigley, a White Sox World Series hat was pictured on top of the concrete. Even if the hat is buried in concrete, it’s not guaranteed to stay there forever.

Ballparks are know to take cemented rival items seriously. A 2008 incident occurred when a Yankees fan buried a jersey in cement at Boston’s Fenway Park. The jersey was removed with a jackhammer.

Sox Fan Buries World Series Champions Hat at Wrigley Field NBC Chicago