Found August 07, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
According to analyst Chad Reuter, Chicago wide receiver Brandon Marshall has "simply overwhelmed any cornerback trying to challenge him at the line of scrimmage" in training camp.Fantasy Spin:Marshall has been reunited with quarterback Jay Cutler in Chicago. The two combined for 206 completions for 2,590 yards for the Broncos from 2007-09. Marshall could challenge 100 catches and 1,200 yards receiving with the Bears this season and should be drafted as a No. 1 receiver.

2012 Chicago Bears Depth Chart Analysis: Wide Receiver

BRANDON MARSHALL 2011 Statistics Games Played: 16 Receptions: 81 Receiving Yards: 1,241 Average: 15 Touchdowns: 6 Bears fans have been craving for a legitimate No. 1 wide receiver for years and finally got one with Marshall. Marshall will be reunited with quarterback Jay Cutler with hopes of putting up big offensive numbers in 2012. Playing in Miami the past two seasons with...

Brian Urlacher Out for Thursday's Preseason Opener

After missing practice time for the sixth straight day and amid a barrage of injury rumors, the Bears have announced the linebacker Brian Urlacher will not play in this Thursday's preseason opener against the Denver Broncos.  The Bears are stressing however, that Urlacher's absence has nothing to do with the injury rumors being pumped out of Bourbannias. Head coach Lovie...

The future of the Chicago Bears defense could very well be on display this preseason

The real preseason story about the Chicago Bears defense is all the young talent that will be on display during these four games.  No one will be paying much attention to these preseason games, but the players mentioned in the follow on blog all could legitimately represent the future of this franchise post Briggs, Peppers, Tillman and Urlacher. What is the talent like that each...

Bears sign WR Davis

The Chicago Bears signed receiver Rashied Davis to a one-year contract to replace the retired Devin Thomas. The Bears announced the moves on Monday, while placing Thomas on the reserve/left team list. Davis spent his first six years with Chicago and played for Detroit last season. He has 92 receptions for 1,095 yards and five touchdowns in 103 games to go with 72 kickoff returns...

Former DE Alex Brown to retire as Bear

Former defensive end Alex Brown is officially retiring as a member of the Chicago Bears. The team says Brown has signed a one-day contract and will be recognized in a ceremony on the field before the preseason opener against Denver on Thursday. A fourth-round draft pick by the Bears in 2002, he played eight seasons in Chicago and was a key player on the 2006 team that reached the...

Chicago Bears Podcast: Bear Report Radio Preseason Game 1

In the latest version of Bear Report radio we talked about the roster battles to watch for in the opening preseason game against the Denver Broncos.  Who will step up in the battle between Greg McCoy and Isaiah Frey?  Can Brandon Hardin shake off the rust and develop into a safety?  We also talked about the emergence of  Harvey  Unga who suddenly looks like he may be making...

Bears release TE Ross

The Chicago Bears thinned their ranks at the tight end position, cutting second-year tight end Draylen Ross. With Ross leaving, Chicago has five tight ends remaining, and its entirely possible they’ll carry four (Kellen Davis, Matt Spaeth, Kyle Adams, and rookie fourth rounder Evan Rodriguez) once the 53 man roster is reached. As for Ross, the former North Texas product [...]

Jay Cutler and Kristen Cavallari Have a Baby

I see a bunch of sleepless nights ahead.
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