Tracy Robertson

#72DE,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 300
Born:
College: Baylor
Birth Place: Houston, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Former Chicago Bear Hunter Hillenmeyer lists Winnetka home for $1.4 million
    Chicago Tribune

    Former Chicago Bear Hunter Hillenmeyer lists Winnetka home for $1.4 million

    Former Chicago Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer and his wife, Shannon, recently listed their four-bedroom house in Winnetka for $1.399 million. A Nashville native, Hillenmeyer, 36, played for the Bears from 2003 until 2010, when he suffered an injury that ended his career. Since his football career ended, Hillenmeyer has pursued a career in business. After earning an MBA from Northwestern University, Hillenmeyer now works as the head of strategic partnerships for STRIVR Labs, a firm that uses virtual reality to train individuals and boost performance. In Winnetka, Hillenmeyer and his wife paid $1.44 million in mid-2008 for the cedar and stone-clad home. Built in 2001, the house has 4½ baths;

  • Houston Texans OL loses 21 pounds
    UPI

    Houston Texans OL loses 21 pounds

    May 27 (UPI) -- Weight has literally been lifted from the Houston Texans' offensive line this year. Right guard Jeff Allen lost 21 pounds this offseason, according to the Houston Chronicle. "I feel good; I lost a few pounds," Allen told the Chronicle. "I think it will be beneficial for me this season. I've done a lot of hard work, a lot of cardio. I changed my diet. I'm eating a little cleaner. I have a better understanding of what I need from my body. Allen, 27, played the first four years of his career for the Kansas City Chiefs. He was heavily pursued by the Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons during the 2016 offseason before landing a five-year, $28 million pact with the Texans. Allen had two

  • Dr. Hassan Najafi, 86, led Chicago's first successful heart transplant
    Chicago Sun-Times

    Dr. Hassan Najafi, 86, led Chicago's first successful heart transplant

    Dr. Hassan Najafi led the 30-person team that, in 1968, performed Chicago’s first successful heart transplant. Only a year earlier, Dr. Christiaan Barnard had made global headlines in Cape Town, South Africa, with the world’s first human heart transplant. Dr. Najafi, who later operated on Chicago Bears owner Edward McCaskey after a 1986 heart attack, died May 20 at his home in Northfield. He was 86. He owed his career as a heart surgeon in part to a game of ping pong. While in medical school in Iran in the 1950s, the Tehran native — a top-ranked table tennis competitor — was selected to visit the royal palace to play the game with the shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, said his son Kevin. Years later,