Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Rayfield Wright will be honored Tuesday at Griffin High School in Griffin, Ga., as part of a national Hometown Hall of Famers program.Wright, 67, played at Fairmont High School, which later merged with Griffin High School. He will be presented with a plague on Tuesday in the high school gym. LJ “Stan” Lomax, Wright’s former college football coach, will make the presentation.An All-American at Fort Valley State College, Wright was a seventh-round draft pick of the Cowboys during the 1967 NFL Draft. The two-time Super Bowl champion played 13 seasons, was named All-Pro four times and was selected to six Pro Bowls. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.Briefly • Bears: Linebacker Brian Urlacher appears finished in Chicago after general manager Phil Emery said they were unable to reach an agreement and “both sides have decided to move forward.” • Texans: Former Ravens safety Ed Reed agreed to terms on a two-year contract. ... Former Raiders punter Shane Lechler is scheduled to visit on Thursday. • Redskins: Head coach Mike Shanahan said that quarterback Robert Griffin must learn “how to slide, how to throw the football away, how to protect himself,” to stay effective in the NFL. ... Outside linebacker Rob Jackson is getting a four-game suspension to begin the 2013 season for testing positive for a banned substance, according to the Washington Post. • Pro Bowl: The NFL will have a Pro Bowl in 2014 and it will take place Jan. 26 in Hawaii. • Raiders: Tackle Khalif Barnes re-signed.