Chicago Bears safety Mike Brown can set a club record with his fifth career defensive touchdown when the Bears host their longtime rivals, the Green Bay Packers, this Monday on ABC's NFL Monday Night Football.

In his third season from Nebraska, Brown has scored four career touchdowns, tied with Bennie McRae (1962-70) for most by a Bears defender. Last week against Buffalo, Brown took a lateral from linebacker Rosevelt Colvin, who had recovered a fumble, and raced 62 yards for a score. In 2001, Brown had interception-return touchdowns against San Francisco (33 yards) and Cleveland (16 yards) in overtime in consecutive weeks. In 2000, he scored on a 35-yard interception return against New Orleans.

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