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Bears acquire Marshall from Dolphins for two third round picks

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Brandon Marshall has a new home.

Marshall has been traded by the Miami Dolphins to the Chicago Bears. In exchange for Marshall, the Dolphins have received two third round picks.

This is new Bears GM Phil Emery first roster move since taking the job. The two third round picks will be compensated over this year and next year.

Now, the Dolphins are left with no stud wide receiver. The Dolphins have Brian Hartline, Davone Bess, and Clyde Gates, as their top three guys.

The Bears have a true wide receiver for the first time since the 1960’s. In addition, Marshall is reunited with Bears starting quarterback Jay Cutler, as the two used to play together in Denver.

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