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The Jets sent a fifth-round draft pick to the Bears for Marshall and a seventh-rounder. Marshall, who turns 31 on March 23, has played the last three seasons with the Bears. He dealt with injuries and had 61 catches last season, his lowest total since his rookie year with Denver in 2006, for 721 yards and eight touchdowns.
Marshall, who turns 31 on March 23, has played the last three seasons with the Bears. He had 61 catches last season, his lowest total since his rookie year with Denver in 2006 while dealing with injuries.
He was limited by ankle injuries early in the year and finished with 61 catches for 721 yards, ending a string a seven straight 1,000-yard seasons.
Marshall was hurt in the second quarter of Thursday's 41-28 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. He was hit in the right side by the knee of Dallas defensive back Barry Church after making a catch. Coach Marc Trestman acknowledged Monday that Marshall will likely miss the remainder of the season, ending a string of seven straight 1,000-yard seasons. He has 61 catches for 721 yards.
Both sat out Wednesday, so this is a step in the right direction.
Marshall has three TDs in two games.
Marshall was ruled out for the rest of the game with the Bears trailing 55-7. He had eight catches for 112 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown catch from Jay Cutler in the third quarter.
Marshall is frustrated, and when that's the case he has no problem lashing out on others no matter how mellow he says he's become. This is obviously not a good situation for the Bears.
Marshall came up with six receptions for 113 yards, as he topped the century mark for the first time. Look for the emotional Marshall to be fired up next weekend as he faces his previous team, the Dolphins, in an interconference matchup at Soldier Field.
Not completely healthy, Marshall has just six catches for 69 yards and a TD in the last three games.