The Bears have added another contender for the passing game targets that don’t go to Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett and Matt Forte. The club said Monday it had signed Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan to a one-year contract. The 28-year-old Morgan hauled in 20 passes for 214 yards in 14 games (seven starts)…
The release of Earl Bennett in Chicago opens up a clear path for Marquess Wilson to be the Bears’ third receiver next season. Coach Marc Trestman would only say that Wilson will have “a chance to compete” for that job, but one of the two receivers definitely ahead of Marshall on the depth chart is…
Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall has worked out with Chad Johnson in the past, so that might explain why he wanted to try running 24 mph on a slightly inclined treadmill. Last year, Johnson showed that he could do it. Marshall proved that he is also up for the challenge. [Brandon Marshall, h/t The Big Lead] Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
http://i.instagram.com/p/m8WCKbotHr/ Brandon Marshall’s offseason training regimen apparently includes springing at obscene (...)
Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall is entering the final year of his contract. Should the Bears extend Marshall's deal this offseason or let him play out the final year of the contract? How do the Bears feel about Alshon Jeffery's ability...Show More Summary
For teams with multiple elite wide receivers, which player holds the greater fantasy value in 2014? Chicago Bears perennial touchdown-machine Brandon Marshall or 2013 breakout beast Alshon Jeffery? How about Green Bay Packers studs Jordy...Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall is a deep threat and a baller cum laude, but is he a Harvard man? The Chicago Bears wideout posted a picture to his Instagram account on Tuesday night showing an acceptance email from what may or may not be the Harvard School of Business. Show More Summary
Congrats! Brandon Marshall Accepted Into Harvard’s Business School It looks like Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was accepted into Harvard’s business school. Marshall was in the news recently thanks to domestic violence issues that came from his wife allegedly
Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who's heading into the final season of his contract, wants to stay in Chicago and he'll do it for less than what other top receivers are making.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler got his long-term deal, then restructured it to make room for more help. But those cap proceeds turned into defensive end Jared Allen, rather than an extension for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. But Marshall’s not sweating, happy to enter the final year of his contract, with no plans to leave Chicago.…
When the Chicago Bears restructured Jay Cutler's contract to clear cap space, speculation surfaced that it was to enable the Bears to sign All-Pro receiver Brandon Marshall to a long-term extension. Instead, Chicago signed Jared Allen...Show More Summary
Back when Brandon Marshall was with the Broncos, he suffered a major arm injury in the 2008 offseason. First, he said he slipped on a McDonald's wrapper and put his arm through a television. Eye rolls all around. Later that story became that he put his arm through the TV wrestling around with a family member. Show More Summary
Say this for the Bears: they get their top receivers the ball. Star wideouts Brandon Marshall (163) and Alshon Jeffery (150) were two of the 11 most-targeted players in 2013, per NFL statistics. The Bears’ third-most targeted wideout — Earl Bennett — was released by Chicago this week, opening up a role in the club’s…
Trades are rare in the NFL, but the Bears have struck gold before. Brandon Marshall was brought in for two third-round picks, and that has paid off substantially. Who can the Bears target this year? Are they looking to move any of their own players? There are five realistic trade scenarios. Show More Summary
When Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin took over the team two seasons ago, he quickly changed the overall personality to fit his mild-mannered demeanor. Philbin got rid of boisterous players such as Brandon Marshall and Vontae Davis before he coached his first game. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery helped he and Brandon Marshall become the franchise's first duo at receiver to make the Pro Bowl in the same season. Jeffery became an injury replacement for Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson. "I'm extremely blessed and thankful for the opportunity to play in the Pro Bowl," Jeffery said. Show More Summary
Alshon Jeffery is set to join teammate Brandon Marshall in Hawaii. The NFL announced Thursday that Jeffery, the Bears’ second-year star wide receiver, has been added to the Pro Bowl roster. Jeffery replaces Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who dealt with a knee injury for much of the season and missed Detroit’s regular-season finale against…
Quarterback Jay Cutler has re-signed with the Bears, answering one of the biggest offseason questions in Chicago before the offseason really had a chance to get going. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall is a big fan of the decision to hold onto the man who has thrown him passes in both Denver and Chicago, saying that…
A bevy of celebrities with ties to both UCF and Baylor will be on hand for Wednesday's game in Glendale. A bevy of celebrities with ties to both UCF and Baylor will be on hand for Wednesday's Fiesta Bowl between UCF and Baylor.
Brandon Marshall says Jay Cutler will be back with the Bears in 2014.