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Brandon Marshall Traded To Chicago Bears

Brandon Marshall
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In some big trade news today, Miami Dolphins Wide Reciever Brandon Marshall has been traded to the Chicago Bears for two 3rd round draft picks according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

This Past season with Miami, Marshall had 81 receptions for 1, 214 yards and 6 Touchdowns. He also shined in the Pro Bowl as he caught a Pro Bowl record 4 TD’s and was named the game MVP.

With this Trade he will be reunited with Quarterback Jay Cutler who was his teammate in Denver between 2006-2008. Either Miami has a good feeling they are going to get Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne or they have something else up their sleeve.

[ESPN.COM]

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