Chicago Bears coach John Fox plans to implement changes to the club’s offseason conditioning program, tweaks he believes should help Alshon Jeffery as he ascends to the role of No. 1 receiver with Brandon Marshall out of the picture. “I really liked Alshon coming out [of college],” Fox said Wednesday from the NFL owners meetings. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears have been one of the NFL's busiest teams through the first couple of weeks of the new league year. After trading wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets earlier this month for a fifth-round pick, general...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears have the seventh overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Can the Bears replace former star wide receiver Brandon Marshall in the first round? Will they add a complement to starting running back Matt Forte? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Bears' ultimate draft offense in the video above. Show More Summary
Former Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall still considers quarterback Jay Cutler a brother, but was uncertain whether their often-strained relationship facilitated his recent trade to the New York Jets. "It depends," Marshall said Friday during a conference call with the New York media. Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall said he wasn’t surprised the Chicago Bears traded him, and he embraced his new place with the New York Jets on Friday in his first public comments since last week’s trade.
Just three years after giving up two third-round picks to the Miami Dolphins for wide receiver Brandon Marshall, the Chicago Bears officially traded Marshall and a seventh-round pick to the New York Jets this past Tuesday for a fifth-round...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears' search for a Brandon Marshall replacement has apparently landed on Eddie Royal. Chicago and the free-agent wide receiver agreed to a contract Wednesday, which will pair Royal with former Broncos teammate Jay Cutler. Show More Summary
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace spoke highly of Brandon Marshall on Tuesday, but explained he did what was best for both parties last week in trading the receiver to the New York Jets. “He’s a good football player,” Pace said. Show More Summary
Rest assured the Bears will devote time Tuesday to speaking with Jay Cutler's agent about a major deal that shows a real commitment to improvement in 2015.
Please nobody tell Brandon Marshall that his trade to the Jets last Friday wasn’t the only thing that happened in the NFL over the weekend that potentially affected the Bears. At least six other developments around the league piqued just as much curiosity in Chicago.
The Chicago Bears trade Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets
NFL free agency's opening gun hasn't even been fired, and the New York Jets look like one of the offseason's biggest winners thanks to a no-brainer of a trade with the Chicago Bears for wideout Brandon Marshall. NFL Network's AlbertShow More Summary
Brandon Marshall, goodbye Chicago, hello New York City. The road of redemption for Marshall takes on a new route as the Chicago Bears, per NFL.com, agreed to trade their top wide receiver to the New York Jets. The misunderstood receiver...Show More Summary
Maybe Rome wasn't built in a day, but it seems as if the New York Jets aren't nearly as patient. In the upcoming 2015 NFL season, the Jets will be operating under their first complete overhaul since 2006, as they let go both generalShow More Summary
Remember during the 2014 NFL season how we all had a laugh over how people couldn’t stop confusing poor Denver Broncos LB Brandon Marshall with Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall? Well, with the receiver traded to the Jets today, it was going to be a fun day for @BMarshh54, the linebacker. Show More Summary
One down, one to go? The Chicago Bears have agreed to trade veteran receiver Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets, per Aaron Leming of Bear Report, leaving the team with one major decision to make before the start of the new league year next Thursday. Jay Cutler. Show More Summary
Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall is headed to the New York Jets from Chicago, and that likely means Percy Harvin will be shown the door.
A few takeaways on the New York Jets' agreement to acquire wide receiver Brandon Marshall from the Chicago Bears: 1. The Jets are replacing one pain in the butt (Percy Harvin) with another, but the trade makes sense because Marshall is a more talented pain in the butt than Harvin -- and he'll cost less, too. Show More Summary
The Bears dealt wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Jets on Friday and they’ll be getting a mid-round draft pick in return. According to multiple reports, the Jets will send a 2015 fifth-round pick to the Bears for Marshall as long as Marshall passes a physical following the third trade of his NFL career. Assuming…
A source close to Brandon Marshall looked at Chicago’s trade of the receiver to the New York Jets on Friday simply as business, adding that “you have to accept” the move. Now the Bears have to be willing to accept the challenge of replacing...Show More Summary