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Pro Bowl not the goal for Bears

WR Brandon Marshall (Christian Peterson/Getty

Five Chicago players were named to the Pro Bowl yesterday. Yet, despite the accolades, the Bears' all stars agree that making the playoffs is much more important than a trip to Hawaii.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was named to his fourth Pro Bowl yesterday. He, along with teammates Charles Tillman, Julius Peppers, Tim Jennings and Henry Melton, will start for the NFC in Hawaii the week before Super Bowl XLVII. Yet for Marshall, who has yet to make the playoffs through six NFL seasons, the Pro Bowl isn't the end goal. "It's always an honor to be voted in by... Recommended Stories

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