When the Bears formally begin training camp on Wednesday with a Phil Emery, Marc Trestman press conference in Bourbonnais, the off- and on-field bosses will undoubtedly field their share of Jay Cu
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M.D. Jennings wasn’t even drafted by the Green Bay Packers, so in that sense, he beat the odds by making the team three years ago.
Brandon Marshall's two worst seasons as a pro came with Miami, right around when he should've continued to assert himself one of the league's elite wide receivers.