Brandon Marshall

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Jay Cutler had no excuses coming into 2014, not the defense that took the fall for him in Denver at the end of the 2008 season, not the lack of weapons and protection that was

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With ankle injuries taking center Roberto Garza and guard Matt Slauson out of the lineup for an expected minimum of several weeks, the Bears brought back veteran guard/tackle E

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In the aftermath of the Bears’ 23-20 to the Buffalo Bills, Willie Young suddenly had had enough nitpicking problems: “Maybe one guy was out of his gap,” the defensive end said.

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When the Bears lost No. 3 wide receiver Marquess Wilson to a broken collarbone on Aug. 4, little did they know it would have a domino effect on the rest of their receiving corps. 

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You can’t go back in time, but Jay Cutler did something disastrously close to reliving his 2009 season, throwing three interceptions to the Buffalo Bills, one to a defensive tackle — a gaffe he co

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