Rosters set for Blackhawks' charity game

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Rosters set for Blackhawks' charity game

While the NHL remains locked out, former Blackhawks forward Adam Burishs idea of bringing his former Stanley Cup teammates together for a good cause comes to fruition tomorrow night.

Carolinas Jordan Staal is the latest addition as the rosters are just about set for the Champs for Charity game at AllState Arena on Friday night. The game, which Burish and his agent Bill Zito developed over the last few weeks, will pit Chicago vs. The World. Proceeds will support families staying at the Ronald McDonald House near Lurie Childrens Hospital in the Streeterville area of Chicago.

Staal was added to the roster today; former Blackhawks forward Kris Versteeg is out due to injury. Current Blackhawks Jamal Mayers and Daniel Carcillo were also added. Former Chicago Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster and actress Jenny McCarthy will be team coaches.

Here are the rosters for each team:

Chicago: Andrew Ladd, Jake Dowell, Jim Vandermeer, James Wisniewski, Joe Corvo, Craig Anderson, Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, Adam Burish, Brian Campbell, Patrick Kane, Troy Brouwer and Craig Adams.

The World: Ville Leino, Jamal Mayers, Antti Miettinen, Jared Boll, Mike Brown, Shawn Thornton, David Gilbert, Alex Goligoski, Ryan Suter, Kimmo Timonen, Greg Campbell, Niklas Backstrom, Daniel Carcillo, Bobby Ryan.

Remaining tickets range from 10 to 30 and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com.

Did Brandon Marshall disrespect Jay Cutler with Hall of Fame shade?

Did Brandon Marshall disrespect Jay Cutler with Hall of Fame shade?

Brandon Marshall is no stranger to keeping it real.

The outspoken All-Pro receiver never minces his words and that continued over the weekend when he showed off his signed jersey collection.

Marshall took to Instagram and showed off "Santa" hanging all of the jerseys he's swapped with other NFL players:

Santa doing work.. . #jerseychallenge

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The list includes a host of current and future Hall of Fame players: Champ Bailey, Cris Carter, John Lynch, Darrelle Revis, Lance Briggs, Adam Vinatieri, Adrian Peterson, Larry Fitzgerald, Joe Thomas.

When almost all the framed jerseys were hung, Marshall took his followers through:

@nfl #jerseychallenge

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Marshall compliments each player before, calling them "Hall of Famers" before getting to Jay Cutler at the end and going "Hall of..." multiple times.

Was that Marshall throwing shade at his former quarterback in both Denver and Chicago? If it was an innocent mistake or whatever, there's no way Marshall would've posted the Instagram video, right?

Marshall and Cutler were good friends from the beginning of their careers with the Broncos. So much so that the Bears traded a pair of third round draft picks in March 2012 to allow the two to continue their bromance by the lake:

But Marshall and Cutler have had a contentious relationship since.

Last summer, Marshall responded to a Tweet saying "of course" he misses Cutler. Last August, Marshall hopped on ESPN's First Take and said he thought Cutler could win the MVP Award in the 2016 NFL season.

At the same time, Cutler talked about his relationship with Cutler and said he was the only person on the Bears with the "huevos" to hold the enigmatic quarterback accountable. Marshall also said he was "sad" he didn't talk to Cutler much in the year leading up to August 2016.

Wake-up Call: Russell injured in loss; White Sox blow late lead; Fire's McCarty to join national team

Wake-up Call: Russell injured in loss; White Sox blow late lead; Fire's McCarty to join national team

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Tough luck for Tommy Kahnle as White Sox blow lead, get swept by A’s

Cubs in sink-or-swim mode with Nationals looming: ‘Keep the floaties on’

Derek Holland not satisfied despite strong outing in White Sox loss

Bears’ Markus Wheaton says wide receiver group is 'definitely underrated'

Dax McCarty named to U.S. national team roster for Gold Cup

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A step forward for Kyle Hendricks and Cubs rotation

Carlos Rodon to make season debut for White Sox this week