Football is the last thing on Brian Urlacher’s mind right now.

The former Bears middle linebacker and likely Hall of Fame inductee is more consumed with another sport these days: golf.

Urlacher was one of a handful of celebrity participants in Friday’s Encompass Championship at North Shore County Club in Glenview. He was joined by Bears coach Marc Trestman, punter Robbie Gould, former Bull Toni Kukoc and others.

"Yeah, I’m playing a lot of golf," Urlacher said. "The first thing on my mind when I wake up isn’t working out anymore. So that's a good thing. Doesn't make me mad.’’

Urlacher, who retired last month, admitted he might miss football once the regular season begins. For now, he’s content.

He was asked if he might get the itch to play again.

"No. No," Urlacher said. "My agent , when I told him ... I just want to retire. He went through every scenario, what if so-and-so calls? What if they offer me $10 million? I don’t want to play. I don't have a desire to play. I’m not in shape. I haven’t been doing football stuff.

"I’m sure I’ll miss it when it’s time to put the pads on and stuff. But I won’t miss how my body feels when I’m done.’’

Urlacher said he thought about a career in coaching but quickly changed his mind.

"I don’t think I would be a good coach,’’ he said. "First of all, I don't want to spend the time coaching. I feel bad for them. During the season, they work 90 hours a week. I don’t want to do that.’’

Becoming a television analyst could be an option for Urlacher in the future. Fox Sports national told the Tribune it would be willing to listen if Urlacher is interested in talking.