At an emotional and sometimes bizarre news conference Thursday, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall bared his soul, then defended himself.
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Shortly after breaking the league’s all-time returns record Thursday, Devin Hester was asked on NFL Network why he was doing better at wide receiver with his new Falcons team than with the Bears. “I’m gonna say it, man” he said. “I wasn’t happy the last three or four years in Chicago.”
RICK TELANDER: It was exhausting listening to Brandon Marshall. It was as if he were on speed and couldn’t stop.
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