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With Marshall, drops part of the package

WR Brandon Marshall (Ronald Martinez/Getty)

Throughout his career, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has been prone to the dropped pass. His dropped TD against the Texans is the baggage that comes along with his production.

Early in the second quarter of last week's contest against the Houston Texans, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall lined up wide right. Marshall got one-on-one coverage and streaked down the field. Quarterback Jay Cutler threw a perfect pass over the defender, hitting Marshall in stride in the end zone. Yet Marshall let the ball bounce off his hands and fall incomplete. In a defensive...

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