I Hate To Say It, but the Bears Were Right Not To Trade for Brandon Marshall

April 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It pains me to write this article, because I have been the biggest proponent for the Chicago Bears to work a deal with the Denver Broncos for Brandon Marshall.
But, with news coming out today that the Broncos are dealing Marshall to the Miami Dolphins for two second round draft picks (one this year and one in 2011), I have to say that the Bears were smart not to work a deal with the Broncos.
Now, who knows if the Bears were even trying to court Marshall, but in a perfect world, they should have been, seeing as how he is one of the most talented wide receivers in the NFL and would have been willing to come to Chicago to play alongside his past quarterback in Jay Cutler.
But, with the amount of holes the Bears have on their roster, losing out on two or more draft picks would not have done them any good. 
With the Dolphins giving up two second round draft picks, I would assume the Broncos would have asked for more from the Bears since they do not have a second rou...

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