Marshall in his happy place with Bears

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  1. The Newsman

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    ChicagoBears.com News:

    Two days after signing a contract extension, Brandon Marshall thanked those who have helped him excel on and off the field and called his trade to the Bears "life-saving" and "career-saving."

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    Because he is with his BFF:

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    It really has been life-changing for B.Marsh since he came to Chicago.

    1. He was really given a fresh new beginning here in Chicago by the fans. He went from being viewed as a guy with problems and issues to being a guy respected as a good guy on and off the field. That must feel really good to Brandon.

    2. Chicago has been starved for a great WR. We've never had one in my lifetime as a fan (and I'm an old guy). They welcomed B.Marsh like a King. And no major city in America treasures its great athletes like Chicago. Brandon realizes this. Guys who played decades ago are still feeling the love by the fans, and will until the day they die (and heck, they're treasured even AFTER they die). B.Marsh is living this first hand.

    3. He's playing in a dream come true offensive system that is coached by a great offensive coach who Brandon loves and respects.

    4. He's playing on a team that should compete for a Super Bowl soon.

    Brandon Marshall must feel like one of the luckiest guys in the world right now, having landed in Chicago, and on this team.

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