Former Bear LB Nick Roach and DB Prince Amukamara made their post-career National TV appearance this last week.
The two appear in the singing group «Players Choir», which is composed of both current and former NFL players. The group made their appearance on America's Got Talent.
Nick Roach spent time with the Bears from 2007-to 2012 when he started 59 games, along with the Bears' great linebacking duo of Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs. During his time in Chicago, Roach was awarded the Brian Piccolo Award. This award is an internal award given by the Chicago Bears to a player who exemplifies courage, loyalty, teamwork, dedication, and a sense of humor in honor of the late Brian Piccolo.
Prince Amukamara was most recently with the Bears from 2017-2019 where he started opposite of Kyle Fuller. Amukamara ended up being a great signing for the Bears and has three good seasons in Chicago. His best season arguably came in the 2018 season, across the board the Bears had one of the best defensive units in the league. According to PFF, Amukamara had a grade of 81.0 in 2018, which was enough to rank him in the top ten of all cornerbacks in the league.
You'll be able to follow Amukamara, Roach, and the rest of the Players Choir this season on America's Got Talent.