Posted March 12, 2012 on
Chicago has placed a qualifying tender on restricted free agent running back Kahlil Bell, which likely means the end of Marion Barber’s time in the Windy City.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Chicago Bears started of the first day of free agency with a splash when they announced they had acquired WR Brandon Marshall from the Dolphins in exchange for two third-round picks.
Let’s recap the Bears signings and rumors by position:
QB: Jason Campbell signed a one-year deal. He provides the Bears with a great option off the bench just in case Jay Cutler suffers an injury...
Well, it looks like Bears general manager Phil Emery has managed to do what Jerry Angelo couldn't. And that is provide his team with a legitimate threat at wide receiver. Someone who can be viewed as a legitimate threat, and is considered one of the top receivers in the league.
And that man is Brandon Marshall.
The Bears will trade third round draft picks in 2012 and 2013 in...
It’s no secret that the Chicago Bears have a huge need at Wide Receiver. I was one of the first to report the news that Vincent Jackson was a favorite target of the Bears. It’s also not a secret that the Bears, very publicly, are testing the waters with potential first round prospect Stephen Hill. [...]
One major weakness of the Chicago Bears since their 1985 "greatest NFL team ever" season, was the QB play. They got Jay Cutler, and declared "dynasty!" Their second glaring weakness was who would Rex Grossman Jay Cutler be looking to throw too when getting rushed (on every play)? They, now, got Brandon Marshall from the Miami Dolphins for 2 third-rounders...
The Chicago Bears didn’t waste any time once the free agency period began. The team has reportedly traded two third round picks to Miami for wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
Pro Football Talk is reporting that Chicago Bears free agent tight end Kellen Davis has visits scheduled with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys and Cincinnati Bengals. Davis was originally drafted by the Bears out of Michigan State in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He played in all 16 games last season for the Bears and started 15 of those games. He registered 18 receptions...
Brandon Marshall has been traded to the Chicago Bears for two third round picks.
B-Mac will be heading to the Windy City to play with the quarterback that made him a household fantasy name and helped him to ascend to number two on the single game reception list with eighteen.
This is a questionable move for the Dolphins but a great move for the Bears.
Just as the free agent signing period got under way, the Bears surprised everyone by sending two third round picks south to Miami in exchange for Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Here’s a quick smattering of what people are saying about the trade around the league…
ESPN North blogger Kevin Seifert opines that now is the time for Jay Cutler to step up and be the franchise...
Looking for a replacement for special teams ace Corey Graham, the Chicago Bears agreed to terms with LB Blake Costanzo on a two-year contract. Graham is seeking an expanded role on defense, and though the Bears tried to keep him, he’s generating alot of interest around the league. Costanzo has appeared in 61 games in five NFL seasons with the [...]
Reports are surfacing that new Chicago Bears’ wide receiver, Brandon Marshall, may have to have a sit down with commissioner, Roger Goodell, yet again. Jay Glazer is reporting that there was an incident involving Marshall and his wife while they were at a club they in New York. Apparently, Mrs. Marshall was struck in the face [...]
Indianapolis' spring cleaning - er, make that wholesale renovation - has already removed a few high-profile names from the roster, and they're looking to move another in defensive end Dwight Freeney. And according to Len Pasquarelli, the Bears are very interested.
A trade for the Colts' all-time leader in sacks might cost quite a bit in both trade pieces and finances...