Found January 09, 2012 on
During the weekend's playoff games, Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall got a little sentimental. He saw the connection between playoff quarterbacks and their receivers, and remembered the good old days when he was in Denver with Chicago's very own Jay Cutler.
"I miss @jaycutler6 believing in me like that," Marshall tweeted. Cutler quickly responded.
"I can get #15 out of storage! Suit you back up. RT @BMarshall19: I miss @jaycutler6 believing in me like that."
After Marshall joked about their age, Cutler said that they can run circles round the younger players. Even Broncos offensive lineman Ryan Clady joined in, joking about Marshall and Cutler's renewed friendship.
"You can join us big guy!" Cutler responded.
In the midst of watching teams who weren't the Bears play in Saturday's wild card round, watching this conversation unfold made Bears fans smile. Cutler and Marshall were a mesmerizing duo for the Broncos...
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