Technically the press conference was to introduce both Brandon Marshall and Jason Campbell as new members of the Bears, but of course Marshall was the main attraction. Marshall spent a large portion of the conference with reporters talking about his life and coping with Borderline Personality Disorder. Overall Marshall came across as contrite, well-spoken, and understanding of how his past troubles have shaped his perception of him. He hopes to be a nominee for the Walter Payton Man of Year award this year and help better educate the community on mental health disorders and issues through his foundation.
Jason Campbell came across as a gigantic man (6'5 240) while Jay Cutler provided some lighthearted moments (which didn't include hoping that Tice being O.C. would improve the offensive line play). Quotes from the presser are after the jump. You can also read up on linked analysis from ESPN Chicago, Kevin Seifert, and NBC Chicago.
On media perceptions of him based on the most recent allegation:
"I know him as a person. I know him off the field, and I know what kind of guy he is and what he brings to the table not only on the field but as a person in the locker room. As a citizen of the community, he's a special guy."
"I think (Brandon Marshall) has his stuff together better than 90 percent of this room."