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Jay Cutler ‘shocked’ by demotion, but would like to stay in Chicago

            Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports Bears quarterback, decked out in Chicago gear, said Thursday that he was “shocked” when he learned that he was being replaced by backup Jimmy Clausen for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. “Shocked I think at first, I didn’t see it coming,” Cutler said Thursday of his...
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Bears and Brandon Marshall (yes, him too) must part ways

Embattled and currently injured Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall certainly needs to be a part of the upcoming Chicago Bears house cleaning. Because he’s hurt, and therefore in the background right now, we forget that he’s also yet another personality contributing to the systemic problems in Halas Hall. Marshall wore out his welcome with two teams (Miami and Denver) before he got...
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Marshall: Bears need to gel and do some kumbaya

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who was placed on season-ending IR a couple weeks back after suffering a collapsed lung, has never been shy when it comes to speaking about his team. Talking about the Bears’ late-season demise, his relationship with his teammates and personal relationships off the field, Marshall had this to say (via We really have to...
Via Sportsnaut
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Chicago Bears: Buyer’s remorse, Marshall comments highlight major concers

The 2014 Chicago Bears season began in September with grand expectations of a possible Super Bowl berth and, straight out of the mouth of Brandon Marshall, an MVP award for Jay Cutler. After all, this is the quarterback’s second year in the offensive guru Marc Trestman’s system, so why not dream big? Turn the calendar to December, where you will find said dreams shattered beyond...
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Brandon Marshall: Bears-Saints shouldn't be on MNF

The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears might be #1 and #2 on the list of most disappointing teams this season.  The Saints were seen as Super Bowl favorites and have had one of the most inexplicable roller-coaster seasons in recent memory, one that’s featured a lot more ups than downs.  Four losses in the final 2 minutes and overtime, a four game home losing streak for the...
Via Awful Announcing
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall on Cutler: I would have buyer’s remorse, too

Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler have a great relationship that stems back to their days together with the Denver Broncos. Marshall has always been Cutler’s favorite target, but even Jay’s buddy can’t excuse the Chicago Bears quarterback’s poor play this season. Marshall made an appearance on WMVP-AM Monday after he was placed on injured reserve...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Brandon Marshall out for the season with collapsed lung

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall took a scary hit to the back area Thursday night against the Dallas Cowboys. At that time, the Bears indicated Marshall had suffered some sort of rib injury. While the star receiver did indeed break two ribs, he also suffered a collapsed lung and was immediately taken to a local hospital where doctors were able to treat it (via ESPN insider...
Via Sportsnaut
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall taken to hospital following injury

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was injured in the second quarter of the team’s game against the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday Night Football. Marshall took a knee to the back and was down for an extended period of time. The Bears initially indicated that the star receiver was questionable to return with a rib injury before ruling him out completely.  Further reports...
Via Sportsnaut
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall Submits His Own Bid For Best Non-Beckham Catch Of The Year

Down 7-0 in the first quarter of Thursday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, the Chicago Bears needed a boost. Brandon Marshall was happy to oblige. On a second and five from the Bears 25 yard line, Jay Cutler placed a bomb to a spot where only Brandon Marshall could catch it. The Bears wide Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Keys to defeating Dallas Cowboys in Week 14

Last week, it was Megatron. This week, Dez Bryant. The Chicago Bears (5-7) face another tough test in Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys (8-4) on Thursday Night Football. The game can be seen on CBS and the NFL Network. This game is essentially meaningless for the Bears, but the Cowboys are still in the thick of the playoff hunt, so they could potentially could play the role of spoiler...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

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