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Even though Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall told reporters that his surgically repaired hip has been bothering him, he’s stated that he’ll be ready for next week’s season opener.
"@landa_salomon: @BMarshall Will you play in the first game of the season?" Yes
— Machine Marshall (@BMarshall) August 28, 2013
Hopefully Marshall will be able to work out his issues with the Bears as well. They’re going to need him to be focused this season.
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Brandon Marshall will be ready to play in the Chicago Bears season opener.
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The absence of Marshall was per-approved by head coach Marc Trestman.
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