Brandon Marshall's frequent in-season appearances on Showtime's Inside the NFL "were a source of friction" for the Bears last year.
Brandon Marshall said the Jets will be his last team.
Jets signed Brandon Marshall to a restructured three-year, $26 million deal.
Brandon Marshall and Geno Smith have been living together for the past month.
Jets acquired WR Brandon Marshall from the Bears in exchange for a fifth-round pick.
The Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs reports the Bears' new regime "appears intent on moving on from" Brandon Marshall.
The Chicago Tribune reports the Bears are looking to trade Brandon Marshall.
Brandon Marshall's 2015 base salary of $7.5 million becomes guaranteed on March 12.
Brandon Marshall recently sat down with new coach John Fox and GM Ryan Pace to discuss his future with the Bears, but was "assured nothing."
ESPN Chicago's Michael C. Wright expects Brandon Marshall back with the Bears in 2015.
ESPN Chicago's Michael C. Wright writes that "nobody knows" whether Brandon Marshall will be back with the Bears in 2015.
Bears placed WR Brandon Marshall on injured reserve with fractured ribs and a collapsed lung, ending his season.
Brandon Marshall (ribs, lung) is out of the hospital.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Brandon Marshall indeed has a collapsed lung in addition to his two fractured ribs.