Hester WILL make more than a million dollars next year, so it was pointless to offer him what the Bears plan on alloting to a kick returner. The Bears offered Urlacher a fair deal, and he responded as if Emery taken a crap on the hood of his car. Urlacher thought he was worth $6 mil (I believe), and then had to slink into a red-faced retirement saying "No, it's cool. I really wanted to retire anyway. I had like, a million offers, but I'm totes cool just retiring intead." Besides, who cares if he didn't want him back? I think Hester still has some left in the tank, but maybe Emery doesn't. Just because players were great for us in the past doesn't mean we are required to give them contracts in perpetuity until that player decides to retire. If that were the case, Brett Favre would still be starting for the Packers.