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Bears wideout Brandon Marshall won't play in the Pro Bowl this season since he needs arthroscopic surgery on his hip. SOURCE: USA TodayFantasy Spin:Marshall set career highs in catches, receiving yards and touchdowns in 2012. He has had similar procedures on both hips in the past but it shouldn't be a problem going into next season.
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall needs to
undergo an arthroscopic procedure on his hip, according to Michael C. Wright of
ESPN Chicago. While the Bears are characterizing the surgery as “nothing,” it
is expected to sideline Marshall for two weeks.
While it has yet to be officially decided, it appears unlikely
that Marshall will play in the Jan. 27 Pro Bowl. He...
The hiring of Marc Trestman is a blessing for Jay Cutler, ESPN analyst Steve Young believes. Cutler, who hasn’t had the supporting cast or sound offensive mind, now will get the chance to show his stuff. Working in a quarterback challenged offense, Cutler held on to the ball too long trying to make something happen. When things did happen, they were usually bad, with Cutler throwing...
Brandon Marshall almost single-handedly carried the Chicago Bears’ anemic passing attack this season, catching nearly four times as many passes for more than twice as many yards as any other wideout on the Bears’ roster.
All that work took a hard toll on the seventh-year pro, and Marshall will now undergo arthroscopic hip surgery, ESPN.com’s Michael C. Wright reports. The...
With good friend Lovie Smith out as the head coach of the Chicago Bears it was only a matter of time before defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli followed him out the door. Marinelli will not return to the Bears in 2013 according to WSCR Chicago. Marinelli had one year left on his contract.
New Bears head coach Marc Trestman had been rumored to want Marinelli to remain with the Bears...
The Chicago Bears finally found their head coach early Wednesday morning in Marc Trestman, along with a new offensive coordinator and special teams coach.
It’s obvious the Bears are committing completely to building their offense into one of the league’s best.
With the players the Bears have brought in over the past few years, why wouldn’t you commit to the offense? It would...
A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Bears have hired New Orleans Saints offensive line coach Aaron Kromer as their offensive coordinator.
The person spoke Wednesday on the condition of anonymity because the move had not been announced. Kromer will work under new coach Marc Trestman, who was hired to replace the fired Lovie Smith on Wednesday.
The Bears are trying...
New Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman will be filling another assistant coach’s position on his revamped staff. During his inaugural press conference, Trestman announced that defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli will be leaving the team. Marinelli, a close friend and ally of fired coach Lovie Smith, seemed likely to move on once the coaching change was made. Trestman tried to entice [...]
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