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By Dale Redman, Bears Correspondent, Fri, Aug 15th 3:40am EDT

Brandon Marshall has joined the cast of 'Inside the NFL' as a commentator. The show tapes on Tuesdays, which is typically on off day for most teams, so it won't affect his weekly preparation. (Source: ProFootballTalk)

Fantasy Impact: This new adventure for Marshall shouldn't have any affect on his play. You can count on the Bears to pull the plug if it becomes a distraction. Marshall is currently being drafted as the 5th overall WR taken. Expect the new TV personality to still reel in around 100 passes and score 10+ touchdowns and easily retain his lofty draft value.

By Rob Schwarz, Jr., Bears Correspondent, Tue, Aug 12th 12:46pm EDT

Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler look to be at it again this year. In the first preseason game against the Eagles, Cutler went 9/13 with 5 of those receptions going to Marshall (6 targets total).

Fantasy Impact: There is no doubt that Brandon Marshall should be a WR1 in any fantasy league this year. He is a top three WR talent in an offense that likes to throw the ball and has a QB who likes to throw it his way. Alshon Jeffrey had two targets in the first game; both catches but one came back due to a penalty. Look for Marshall to be the better fantasy option with Alshon as a low end WR1.

Breaking Football | Aug 21st
Keeping it going at a high level at 30 and his offense is amazing. Jeffery helps more than he hurts...
The New York Times | Aug 21st
100 grabs for 1,295 yards and a career-high 12 touchdowns in 2013.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 21st
Losing a bit of attention to Jeffery, but this means less double teams and still the elite talent in the NFL.
The Football Girl | Aug 21st
Reception machine. Cutler loves him, offense suits him. Solid buy.
Legion Report | Aug 21st
Doesn’t mean much in our world, but we think it’s a nice conversation piece … Madden 15 for PS4 and XBOX 1 have Brandon Marshall listed as the 2nd best WR in the game behind Calvin Johnson. Although this is a stretch, we still like the 30 year old WR in 2014. Let’s be honest, Cutler likes throwing to Marshall more than Alshon Jeffery. In the 10 games that Cutler played last season Brandon Marshall caught 10 TDs while averaging a little over 80 yards and 10 Targets per game. We love both Marshall and Jeffery this year, especially under Marc Trestman’s Heavy Passing Scheme – Fantasy owners should look forward to their juicy Fantasy Playoff matchups hosting: DAL on a Thursday night Game, New Orleans on a Monday Night Game and Detroit in the Fantasy Championship Week.
The Fake Football | Aug 20th
Marshall continues to be a premier receiver even with the emergence of Alshon Jeffery.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
Back-to-back 100 plus reception seasons now with the Bears, Marshall has now produced 100 plus receptions in 5 of 8 career seasons and 80 plus receptions in each of his last 7 straight seasons.
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 19th
Consistency king has 7 straight 1,000-yard campaigns, and has 100+ catches in 5 of those years
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
WR Alshon Jeffery emerged as a fellow Top 10 WR this year, but that did not stop Marshall from tallying 100 receptions for 1,295 yards and 12 receiving touchdowns.
Fantasy Team Advice | Aug 18th
Jay Cutler and Marshall have a true bromance. The only possible concern with Marshall is his ripe age of 30, but with a current streak of seven consecutive 1,000+ yard seasons, I'm certainly still buying. Alshon Jeffery's time will come, but Marshall is still head of the Bears' receiving corps.
RotoBaller | Aug 14th
This post was originally featured on Rotoback.   Is Alshon Jeffery Being Undervalued? Someone on Rotoballer’s chat was asking some questions about whether to take Alshon Jefferey or some other players: Keenan Allen, Randall Cobb, Victor Cruz and the like. There was a huge overwhelming majority that felt like Alshon was worth less than the […]
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 9th
YAC monster will push for 1,400 yards, 100 receptions and 10 touchdowns