With an appearance in Monday's game against the Packers, Patrick Mannelly, will break a tie and set a new Chicago Bears record.
Monday's game will mark Mannelly's 192nd game in a Bears uniform which will be the most in team history. The game will break a tie he has shared with Steve McMichael for one game (191), Walter Payton is third on the list with 190.
Mannelly, who was the Bears 6th round pick in 1998 out of Duke, has handled the long snapping duties in all but three games during his time in Chicago. He has appeared in 123 straight games.
Many teammates say Patrick Mannelly is an unsung hero and kicker Robbie Gould praised him in his Pro Bowl acceptance speech in 2006. Mannelly and center Olin Krutz are the longest tenured players on the team both being drafted in 1998.
Mannelly has been the longsnapper for 1,804 field goal, punt and extra point attempts. He missed 20 chances during those three games he missed and if you saw Desmond Clark long snapping during the preseason you would realize how valuable Patrick really is.