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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall practiced for the first time on Tuesday since undergoing arthroscopic hip surgery in January. The Bears resumed their OTA workouts Monday after having last week off. “Taking that week off gave me a chance to heal a little bit more, and
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is coming off a season in which he had 118 receptions, 1,508 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Those are not bad numbers to get in an offense that was deemed anemic, and caused the head coach to be fired. Marshall is practicing for the first time since having hip surgery in January, but is ecstatic about the Bears offensive potential with a new...
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall returned to practice Tuesday for the first time since undergoing January hip surgery, saying he expects to be 100 percent for the start of training camp.
Marshall had his third hip surgery in four years, an arthroscopic procedure, following a season in which he set franchise records for catches (118) and receiving yards (1,508).
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall announced on Twitter that he’s been cleared to get back on the field after undergoing offseason hip surgery.
Just got cleared to get back out there with my teammates. #Glory. Only right to get in the zone by blasting @Unclereece Until I pass out.
— Brandon Marshall (@BMarshall) June 4, 2013
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall says he is completely healed from offseason hip surgery and he’ll be practicing in full with his teammates come time for training camp.
Bears wideout Brandon Marshall, who underwent hip surgery in January, has been cleared to resume on-field activities.Fantasy Spin:The news came directly from Marshall's personal Twitter account. Marshall was reunited with Jay Cutler in 2012 and caught 118 passes for 1,508 yards and 11 touchdowns, all of which were career highs. He should easily top 100 catches again in 2013.
The Chicago Bears will meet with JaMarcus Russell on Friday,
when the former No. 1 overall pick will work out for the team, according to
Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago.
Russell has shed 50 pounds over the last few months, and he’s
reportedly drawing interest from several teams. The Bears are going to have him
and a few other available veteran quarterbacks in to see what they...
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