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Chicago Bears Legend, Dick Butkus, Passes Away at 80

In memory of Dick Butkus, a gridiron legend whose ferocity on the football field became the stuff of sporting lore.

Dick Butkus, a gridiron titan, played as a linebacker for the Chicago Bears in the NFL from 1965 to 1973. Renowned for his ferocious tackling and intensity, Butkus earned numerous accolades, including eight Pro Bowl selections and two NFL Defensive Player of the Year awards. Despite facing injuries, his impact on the game remains iconic, solidifying his place as one of the greatest linebackers in football history.

The indomitable linebacker left an indelible mark on the game, defining an era with his tenacity, bone crushing tackles, and a spirit that echoed beyond the gridiron. Butkus, a Chicago Bears icon, will be remembered not only for his on field prowess but also for the intensity and passion he brought to the sport. His legacy as one of the all time greats of American football will endure, inspiring generations to come.

Rest in power, Dick Butkus.

Please join JEZ Sports in sharing condolences to the family and friends of Dick Butkus. A true legend of the game that will be missed.

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