Bears ‘Felt’ Chicago Club Ban Rooted In Racism?

Stella Foster of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES reports today that Monday night a large group of Chicago Bears players were refused entrance to a Chicago nightclub co-owned by Pete Wentz of the musical group Fall Out Boy.

Angels and Kings

Despite being intercepted at the door of “Angels and Kings”, the group of Bears did not include Jay Cutler. Foster reports the following players were in tow that night:

Brian Urlacher (and his brother Casey), Hunter Hillenmeyer, Israel Idonije, Corey Wootton, Garrett Wolfe, Pisa Tinoisamoa, Danieal Manning, Khalil Bell, Henry Melton, Barry Turner, J’Marcus Webb, Craig Steltz, Anthony Adams, Frank Omiyale, Earl Bennett, D.J. Moore, Devin Aromashodu, Rashied Davis, Nick Roach, Lance Briggs, Corey Graham, Desmond Clark, Chris Harris, Tim Jennings, Brandon Manumaleuna and other teammates.

While on the surface the blockage might seen a little amusing, Foster has one detail that is obviously causing Simpson and Wentz much consternation.

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