Chicago Bears receivers Brandon Marshall (right ankle) and Alshon Jeffery (hamstring) returned to practice Thursday with limited participation. They are expected to play Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Soldier Field.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery returned to the practice field inside the Walter Payton Center on Thursday, a day after the club held them out because of ankle and hamstring ailments. Marshall...Show More Summary
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears kicked off preparation Wednesday to host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers without the services of receivers Brandon Marshall (ankle) and Alshon Jeffery (hamstring), as both were held out of the club’s practice...Show More Summary
It’s been a rough season for Chicago, especially wide receiver Brandon Marshall. The 3-6 Bears are getting regularly embarrassed on the field, while Marshall is suffering through a sub-par, injury-marred season, one that’s also seen him call out quarterback Jay Cutler. Perhaps that’s why Marshall seemed to be in such a pugnacious mood Thursday, although not […]
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall does not take insults about his mother lightly, and now he has offered a man $25,000 to fight him after he called the All-Pro's mother a "whore."
The Chicago Bears are finally putting up a fight. Only this time it's on Twitter with the fans. After allowing at least 50 points for the second straight week to the Green Bay Packers, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is challenged a Lions fan to a fight on Twitter, offering $25,000 to step into a ring with him.
Brandon Marshall got into a Twitter war on Thursday with a Detroit Lions fan, which ended in him offering the fan $25,000 to fight him, according to ESPN Chicago. It started when a Lions fan reminded the Bears star receiver about his comment about a year ago referring to the Lions as the "little brother" of the Chicago Bears. Show More Summary
After calling the Detroit Lions his team's little brother, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall received some pretty insulting comments from a Twitter troll but wasn't afraid to call the man out. Things started when the Lions...Show More Summary
Signs that things are going poorly with your team: If the players are offering money to fans to fight them, you know you have a problem. That appears to be what Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was doing when he was verbally...Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall was back at practice on Thursday and should be ready for Week 11. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall returned to practice on Thursday, getting in a limited session. After...Show More Summary
A 55-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday night left the Chicago Bears at 3-6 and in a desperate search for answers.
The Bears 55-14 loss to Green Bay was one of the 'most demoralizing games' Brandon Marshall has ever played in. Do the Bears have any hope left?
The Bears 55-14 loss to Green Bay was one of the 'most demoralizing games' Brandon Marshall has ever played in.
Brandon Marshall's ankle injury won't keep him out of Week 11 against the Minnesota Vikings. Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall says that his injuries won't force him to miss any time, according to Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune. Show More Summary
Feeling good about the Bears this season has been no easy task. For every one-handed grab Brandon Marshall makes, Jay Cutler turns the ball over. For every dominating performance Willie Young or Kyle Fuller has, someone else struggles mightily. Show More Summary
If the Chicago Bears need positive energy to take forward into Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field, it can be found.
This is a short post to send you over to Clinical Psychiatry News where I wrote an article on an NFL.com "A Football Life" special about Brandon Marshall, the Chicago Bears wide receiver, who struggles with borderline personality disorder. Show More Summary
Oh how the mighty have fallen. One season ago, Chicago Bears wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery were widely thought of as the NFL’s best pass-catching duo. The pair racked up over 2,700 yards on 189 catches and 19 touchdowns. The...Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall said he was "shell-shocked" and "embarrassed" during the Bears' 51-23 loss to the Patriots on Sunday.
When the Bears lost to the Dolphins in Week Seven, there was a tumultuous response. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall responded with a long rant about how such results were unacceptable and called out his teammates for making the same kinds of mistakes over and over again and there were reports of other anger spouting to…