Where are they now?

There might not be a lot going on in the world of football, but that doesn't mean you can't catch up with four former Bears.

Brad Culpepper (DT, Bears, Buccaneers, and Vikings 1992-01) is an associate attorney at Morgan, Colling & Gilbert, a law firm that specializes in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Culpepper lives in Tampa, Florida, with his wife Monica and their children Rex, 5, Judge, 3, and Honor 1. Culpepper serves on the board of Florida Bank of Tampa and is chairman of the Player's Advisory Board of Forever Sports Group, which puts on youth football camps. His hobbies include golf, scuba diving, tennis, riding bicycles and collecting antiques.

Larry Schreiber (RB, Bears and 49ers 1971-76) is a sales agent for Cashing Company, a San Francisco based residential real estate firm. He lives in Woodside, California, where he serves as vice president of the NFL Alumni's Northern California Chapter. His hobbies include golfing and skeet shooting.

Bob Hyland (C-OG, Bears, Packers, Giants and Patriots 1967-77) lives in White Plains, New York, where he owns Bob Hyland Sports Page Pub and works as a financial representative for Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. He and his wife Elizabeth have four children: Michael, 24, Dennis, 22, Kevin, 18, and Christine, 8. Hyland sits on the board of directors of Archbishop Stepinac High School.

Dan Rains (LB, Bears 1982-84, 86) is vice president of business development for McCarl's Inc., a contractor that primarily builds power plants in the Northeast United States. He and his wife Debbie live in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, with their children, Lindsay, 16, Jared, 13, and Alexis, 8. Rains is co-chairman of the Tony Dorsett/McGuire Memorial Celebrity Golf Classic which benefits severely mentally challenged youths.

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