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Another Reunion for Cutler?

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 Could the Bears make a play for Brandon Marshall?  Apparently, he has asked to be traded.

How much greater could the offseason get if the Bears traded for Brandon Marshall? Not only would the Bears have a #1 WR, they would have Cutler's favorite in Denver, and Cutler's favorite target at Vandy in Earl Bennett. But, here's a question:

Trade for Marshall (Likely a king's ransom, like Cutler), or sign Burress (Could be suspended, but his adjourned trial leaves his suspension up in the air)?

In a Monday morning segment with 850 KOA in Denver, Schefter said that Marshall asked owner Pat Bowlen to be traded during their Friday meeting.

Per Schefter, Marshall told Bowlen, "I think I’d like to be traded."  Schefter said that Bowlen asked Marshall to take some time to consider whether he wants a new contract or a trade, and that Marshall is expected to stick to his guns.

Schefter also said that there are other teams in the league (the Bears?) that are ready make a play for Marshall.

Stay tuned.

<em>This FanPost was written by a Windy City Gridiron member, and does not necessarily reflect the ideas or opinions of its staff or community.</em>

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