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Brandon Marshall gets in a full practice

On Monday, Bears coach Marc Trestman said that the team would take a long look at wide receiver Brandon Marshall in practice this week to determine whether he would benefit from missing a game to let his injured ankle fully heal. Based on Wednesday’s practice, the signs are pointing in the other direction. Marshall practiced…

Brandon Marshall gets full practice Wednesday, good news for fantasy owners

Marshall's ankle is getting closer to 100 percent and he got in a full practice Wednesday. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. It's a surprising,...Show More Summary

Bears' Brandon Marshall apologizes to media for postgame snub

On Sunday afternoon, shortly after the Chicago Bears lost to the Green Bay Packers 38-17 at Soldier Field, receiver Brandon Marshall shooed reporters away from his locker, asserting he wasn’t up for talking about his team’s setback or his role in it.

Marshall apologizes for not talking to the media

When Bears receiver Brandon Marshall decided not to talk to the media after Sunday’s loss to the Packers, it was obvious he’d talk about the situation during his in-week gig with Inside The NFL.  And he does. “People in Chicago have really treated me well, and I need to give them a little more,” Marshall

Marc Trestman tiptoes around Brandon Marshall

That ugly interception thrown on Sunday by Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was the fault of receiver Brandon Marshall.  Unless it wasn’t. After Sunday’s 21-point home loss to the Packers, Chicago coach Marc Trestman pinned the blame on Brandon for running the wrong route, a hook-and-go instead of an 18-yard button hook.  On Monday, Trestman changed…

Marc Trestman: Can't pin Jay Cutler's 2nd INT on Brandon Marshall

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Initially, Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman described Jay Cutler's second interception in Week 4’s 38-17 home loss to the Green Bay Packers as a miscommunication between Cutler and wide receiver Brandon Marshall,...Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall getting ankle re-evaluated, fantasy status still up in the air

Brandon Marshall's ankle still isn't 100 percent and the Bears want to take another look at it. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has been playing through an ankle injury for several weeks, but still isn't close to 100 percent. Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall still not talking

CHICAGO -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Bears’ 38-17 loss to Green Bay: Brandon Marshall caught just two passes for 19 yards and a touchdown in the loss to the Green bay Packers, and his miscommunication with quarterback...Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall doesn’t speak to reporters

Well, Bears receiver Brandon Marshall has something to talk about on this week’s edition of Inside the NFL.  Specifically, he can talk about why he didn’t talk to reporters after Sunday’s 38-17 loss to the Packers. Via multiple reports, Marshall refused to speak to the media following a game that included Marshall failed to break…

Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery's Instant Fantasy Reaction After Week 4

There aren't many offenses in the NFL that could sustain two elite wide receiver options in fantasy football. The Denver Broncos are one. The Green Bay Packers are another. The Chicago Bears continue to be on that list, too. With a touchdown...Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall active for Bears, but they won’t have Jared Allen

The Bears didn’t have wide receiver Brandon Marshall or defensive end Jared Allen at practice this week, leading them to list both players as questionable for Sunday’s matchup with the Packers. Chicago has announced its list of inactive players for the game and they got a split on their two question marks. Marshall will be…

Fantasy owners rejoice, Brandon Marshall scheduled to start

Brandon Marshall is active against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is scheduled to play against the Green Bay Packers, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Marshall had been battling an ankle injury all week and was listed as questionable until Sunday morning. Show More Summary

Banged-Up Bears Need Improvements from Ground Game to Contend in NFC North

The Chicago Bears are 2-1 and tied for first place in the division heading into their big NFC North showdown with the Green Bay Packers, in large part due to the outstanding play of star wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. However,...Show More Summary

Fantasy owners will need to watch Brandon Marshall's status for Sunday

Brandon Marshall missed another practice on Friday. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall missed practice on Friday due to a sprained ankle. He missed all three practices this week and will likely be a game-time call for Sunday's matchup against the Green Bay Packers. Show More Summary

Jared Allen, Brandon Marshall questionable after missing practice all week

The Bears will have another game-time decision to make about wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall was sidelined at practice on Friday because of the ankle injury that has troubled him for a few weeks now, which made it an entire week off the field for Marshall. That’s not enough for the Bears to rule him…

Brandon Marshall held out of practice

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- With a short turnaround to prep for the Green Bay Packers, the Chicago Bears participated in their first full practice of the week without receiver Brandon Marshall, leading to questions about his availability for...Show More Summary

Broncos' Brandon Marshall trolls fans who think he's Bears' Brandon Marshall

Many people have Brandon Marshall on their fantasy teams. Brandon Marshall was limited by an injured ankle in Monday night's game, catching only one pass for six yards. Many people took to Twitter to complain to Marshall, during theShow More Summary

Brandon Marshall Injury: Updates on Bears Star's Ankle and Return

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is dealing with a ankle after he was forced to leave the team's Week 3 match up against the New York Jets. Originally the Bears Twitter account considered his return probable, but just a few...Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall injury: Bears WR leaves game with right ankle injury

Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall left the game Monday night with an injury to his right ankle, which has been giving him problems all season. Brandon Marshall left the Chicago Bears' game against the New York Jets Monday night with a right ankle injury. Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffrey expected to take the field for fantasy owners Monday

Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey are expected to start against the New York Jets Monday night. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey are both expected to play against the New York Jets Monday night, reported Michael C. Show More Summary

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