An escalating moral onslaught against the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell took a strange turn Wednesday in Atlanta when famed civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred held a lengthy news conference to spotlight years-old details of Bears receiver Brandon Marshall’s checkered past.
ESPN's newsmagazine show E:60 broadcast a segment on Bears receiver Brandon Marshall tonight and he is pissed off about it. Marshall took to Twitter to air his grievances before the show even began: Read more...
ESPN profiled Bears receiver Brandon Marshall on E:60 today, and it was a complex profile worthy of the complex person Marshall is. But Marshall isn’t happy about the way ESPN went about putting his life on display. Marshall took to Twitter shortly before the profile aired to say that ESPN and reporter Lisa Salters misled…
After an injury to Marquess Wilson during training camp, the Chicago Bears signed veteran Santonio Holmes to help provide depth to a wide receiver position that features Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery atop the depth chart but lacked...Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall could feel the sense of panic in Chicago Bears fans after their team was upset at home in Week 1 by the Buffalo Bills and faced the challenge on Sunday night of winning on the road against the San Francisco 49ers for...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears had no business beating the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night. Marc Trestman’s team came out flat as day-old seltzer at Levi’s Stadium, surrendering 20 points in the first three quarters and failing to establish consistency...Show More Summary
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Strolling through a dark hallway in the empty visitor's locker room at Levi's Stadium after a 28-20 win Sunday over the San Francisco 49ers, Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall stopped to lean his rolling bag...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears used a blend of old and new to spoil the San Francisco 49ers' opening night at Levi's Stadium, scoring 21 consecutive points in the fourth quarter to steal the 28-20 win on Sunday. Nine-year pro Brandon Marshall continued...Show More Summary
Call it a "hot take" if you must, but this Brandon Marshall... he's pretty good at football. It's not exactly helping the Bears who are down by 10 points at the half, but goodness gracious this was great.
In a surprise, it appears that the Bears will be able to use both Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery on Sunday against the 49ers. Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery have been marked active for Sunday's game between the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers, in somewhat surprising news. Show More Summary
SANTA CLARA -- More than two hours before kickoff, Chicago Bears receivers Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall took the field at Levi's Stadium, attempting to test their injuries in an effort to play Sunday night versus the 49ers.
Both of the Bears top-notch receivers, Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, are questionable to play Sunday.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is listed as questionable, and is a game time decision. We break down the fantasy impact. The Chicago Bears wide receiver situation is a big question mark as they prepare to face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football. Show More Summary
Mike Florio talks with CSN Chicago Bears Insider, John Mullin about the injuries to the Bears key receivers, Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, as well as how the bears will match up against the 49ers in week 2.
The Bears got the honor of being the first visiting team to play a regular season game in Levi’s Stadium, but they aren’t heading to Santa Clara at 100 percent. Wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery have missed both practices this week and there’s injury trouble on the offensive line as well, leaving plenty…
Wide receiver Brandon Marshall vowed Thursday to be in uniform and ready to play Sunday night when the Chicago Bears visit the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium.
As the 49ers prepare to try to cover Bears receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, if they can play, the 49ers are closer to getting back one of their injured starting cornerbacks. After missing practice on Wednesday with a concussion, cornerback Chris Culliver returned to practice on Thursday. He still needs to be cleared to…
Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery are two of several key players fighting to be on the field this weekend. Marshall, Jeffery sidelined for Bears practice The Chicago Bears were down both of their top receivers in practice on Thursday as Brandon Marshall (ankle) and Alshon Jeffery (hamstring) both sat out. Show More Summary
The Bears were missing wide receiver Brandon Marshall at practice again on Thursday and it looks like Friday will be the deciding day for his chances of playing against the 49ers on Sunday. Marshall said Thursday that he still has “a few more days of healing to go” after injuring his ankle against the Bills…
LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Chicago Bears Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall plans to test his injured ankle at practice on Friday, with the expectation of playing Sunday night in a pivotal road game versus the San Francisco 49ers. Both...Show More Summary