The Bears Den: March 19, 2012

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"...where we're glad to see Cutler and Marshall reunited, and it feels so good."

Bears already have accomplished two main goals of offseason - Moon Mullin: "Bears have Pro Bowl players at all three primary skill-position spots." Followup comment of "Suck it, Packers, Lions, Vikings!" presumably got editored.

Brandon Marshall move epitomizes Bears’ fading image - The Bears are breaking all their own rules to try and win games. I suspect Potash meant "changing" rather than "fading".....

Prospect focus: Whitney Mercilus and Nick Perry - Former Bears director of scouting Greg Gabriel takes a look at a pair of DEs. Could one of these be the first first-rounder of Emery's regime?

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Bears agree to terms with S Steltz - For anyone who's been missing over the weekend, Craig Steltz returns on a two-year contract. Dane bought tequila shots for all.

Should Bears add another wide receiver? - The Bears filled a need, but should that stop them from adding another weapon for Jay Cutler? (Time and tide wait for no man; two of the suggested targets are now off the market, anyone know anything about the remaining third?)

What convinced Emery to make the Marshall trade? - Brandon Marshall's openness and frankness about his borderline personality disorder sold Bears GM Phil Emery the wide receiver would be worth trading for. Class act Larry Fitzgerald willing to vouch for him.

As Marshall deals with disorder, does he lose what made him great? - Moon Mullin asks an interesting question: Brandon Marshall admits his outstanding production with Denver and Miami has been at least partially fueled by rage -- but as he works to limit that rage, will it limit his production?

Jason Campbell: New Chicago Bears backup quarterback new to the role - Bears nearly drafted him in 2005, ended up taking Kyle Orton. Why did we take him now?

Plenty of interest in Graham - Corey Graham likely to sign elsewhere in the next week.

Day 3 Sleeper RB Prospects - Late round/free agent backs who could make it big in the NFL. With Michael Bush on his way to visit the Bengals and Marion Barber not expected to return, might we pick up one of these running backs on the final day of the draft?

Jim McMahon says NFL lied to players about brain injuries - "...during McMahon’s time in Chicago ... a Bears trainer was quoted as saying that McMahon had suffered a concussion in the first half of a game against the Lions, but 'it cleared by halftime.' "

QB Rex Grossman returns to Redskins with one-year deal - Pregnancy rates in Washington expected to go BAM! (Again.)

Shockingly, there's no Cutler/Marshall video with this soundtrack on youtube. Yet.

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