The move will reunite Marshall with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler where they paired together with the Denver Broncos before both were traded.
The Dolphins who like Marshall as a player but were fed up with his attitude and behavior at times. In Miami he averaged 83 receptions and and 4.5 touchdowns in two seasons.
The Bears hope with a healthy Cutler and a motivated Marshall they can replicate his numbers in Denver averaging 103 receptions and over 8 touchdowns a season.
Marshall is set to make $27 million over the next three seasons and the move saves Miami $5.8 million
From The Sports Mind Of RB:
Marshall has immense talent and everyone knows that but this is his third team since being drafted in 2006. At some point his talent has to do more of the talking then he does. Now with Cutler he probably has a quarterback he could believe in.