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Chicago Bears wideout Brandon Marshall understands that what he is doing in the prime of his life will impact his sunset years.
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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. Â Marshall is practicing for the first time since having hip surgery in January, but is ecstatic about the Bears offensive potential with a new...
For the next few weeks weâll be taking a look at a season preview for the Chicago Bears broken down by position, beginning first with the quarterback situation.Â When Jay Cutler was brought to Chicago from Denver in 2009, fans were relieved that the Bears had finally found their franchise quarterback.Â Some of those fans have backed off a bit as Cutler hasnât exactly...
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.
Multiple media outlets have reported that on Friday, the Chicago Bears will workout four quarterbacks at Halas Hall. One of those signal-callers is the first overall pick from the 2007 NFL Draft, JaMarcus Russell. Russell has been out of the NFL since 2009 and rightly earned the âbustâ label after three miserable seasons in Oakland.
Russell wasnât just bad in Oakland, he was...
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported earlier today that Chicago Bears reserve tight end Gabe Miller has been suspended for a total of four games for violating the leaguesâ policy on performance enhancing drugs. Seems to be the hot topic of the day, as MLB is also going through its own PED situation.
Miller was quick to make a statement in attempts to salvage whatever chance is...
Today's installment of Choose Your Quarterback pits Russell Wilson vs. Jay Cutler, the Nos. 14 and 17 assets in my rankings of the 32 presumed starting quarterbacks.
Here's a week-by-week fantasy breakdown of Cutler vs. Wilson, just in case you're torn on which quarterback offers better value from Rounds 3 through 6:
Week 1 Cutler (vs. Cincinnati) over Wilson (@ Carolina...
Bears rookie Christian Tupou, whose collegiate career was derailed by injuries, believes his fierce will to win will make him an asset to the team as the clubâs No. 4 defensive tackle.
We break down film of the work Bears head coach Marc Trestman is doing with quarterback Jay Cutler at organized team activities (OTAs).
The JaMarcus Russell NFL comeback story is starting to take a little shape, and Russell might have his first job interview in the near future.
ESPN ChicagoÂ is reporting that Russell has been invited to workout for the Chicago Bears according to sources close to the situation.
According to the report, Russell will workout for the Bears on Friday, along with three other quarterbacks...
Bears GM Phil Emery says Gabe Carimi will have the opportunity to earn a starting position upon his return, although when he actually joins his teammates is truly anyoneâs guess.
JaMarcus Russell is receiving more interest on the open market than Tim Tebow or Vince Young.
Now that Russell has slimmed down to 265 pounds, the former No. 1 overall pick has a workout scheduled with the Bears on Friday, according to Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com. The Bears will also be bringing Trent Edwards and Jordan Palmer in to their facility for a tryout, according to Ian...
In commemoration of D-Day, we bring you another installment of our series on NFL Hall of Famers who served in the armed forces. On Memorial Day we profiled head coach Marv Levy. Today we look at the greatest Chicago Bears quarterback of them all: the incomparable Sid Luckman. College phenom Sid Luckmanâs road to the [...]The post NFL Hall of Famers who served in the military: Sid...