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The Bears Den: March 14, 2012


"...where we told you we're getting that #15 out of storage."

Bears players happy with Marshall trade Mayer: Brandon Marshall's new teammates and others took to Twitter Tuesday to react to the Bears' acquisition of the three-time Pro Bowl receiver. Costanzo will boost special teams unit.

Bears expect major upgrade from Marshall Biggs: Wide receiver brings big numbers and strong relationship with quarterback Jay Cutler to oft-criticized position.

McCown says Bears made wise move in signing Campbell McClure: The Bears' decision to sign quarterback Jason Campbell to a one-year deal could have rubbed Josh McCown the wrong way. Instead, McCown praised the organization for making a shrewd move.

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Bears new receiver has standout potential Pompei: Brandon Marshall comes with some negatives but he has had great success with Jay Cutler before. Cutler reconnected with top weapon.

Tremendous day for Bears Former NFL QB Jim Miller thinks the Bears pulled of a steal in acquiring Brandon Marshall from the Dolphins and believes Jason Campbell will be a great fit backing up Jay Cutler in Chicago. Bears Video: View from the Moon.

Hanley: Emery Off To Good Start With Bears When the thing that comes closest to questioning a Bears general manager's move is why the team underpaid for a player, that is progress. Bears' Phil Emery announces his presence.

Bears could still make a run at Williams The Bears would have to get creative, but Mario Williams is still an option. Jeremy Mincey, however, is not. Could the Bills lose out on Mario Williams?

QB-RB-WR trio provides Bears with potent and balanced punch The Bears' blockbuster trade and reunion of Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall might have just tilted the balance of offensive power to the Windy City, Bucky Brooks says. Bears closer to top after coup to land Marshall.

Bears score in Brandon Marshall deal, but what’s it mean for Peyton Manning? Burke: The relatively low return on Marshall indicates either that Miami was anxious to get rid of him or that there was little interest outside of Chicago.

NFL receiver Marshall 'slugs' woman at Chelsea nightclub NYPost: The "Beast" has lived up to his nickname, a woman alleges. Annnd here we go.

Nifty Free Agent Tracker. | Bracketology Vote for the greatest team of all-time. I'm going with the 2012 Bears.

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