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Brandon Marshall Trade Will Allow Chicago Bears to Draft Pass-Rusher in Round 1

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.
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