The vast majority of mock drafts that have been penned this offseason have theorized that the Chicago Bears would draft a wide receiver such as Michael Floyd of Notre Dame with their first pick. However, with Tuesday's acquisition of wide receiver Brandon Marshall in a trade with the Miami Dolphins, the entire complexion of Chicago's draft may have changed. Marshall's $10 million cap hit for 2012 may have taken the Bears out of the running for free-agent defensive end Mario Williams of the Houston Texans.
On the surface, the acquisition of Brandon Marshall by the Chicago Bears looks like a good move. Marshall is a top talent at wide receiver in the NFL and can offer the Bears a potent threat on offense. It also gives Jay Cutler a big... Read Post
Since free agency began, the Bears have focused almost entirely on the offensive side of the ball. With the acquisition of Brandon Marshall essentially eliminating the chances of drafting a wide receiver in Round 1, it's widely thou... Read Post
The Chicago Bears acquired a true No. 1 wide receiver on the first official day of free agency, trading two third-round picks to the Miami Dolphins for former Jay Cutler wideout Brandon Marshall. According to sources on ESPN, the Be... Read Post