Chicago Bears Will Introduce Brandon Marshall And Jason Campbell At Press Conference Tomorrow

The Chicago Bears traded for wide receiver Brandon Marshall and signed backup quarterback Jason Campbell on Tuesday, and tomorrow the pair will officially get welcomed to the team at Halas Hall. The Bears have scheduled a press conference for tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. CT to welcome the team's newest additions.


Related: Brandon Marshall Brings Talent And Baggage To Chicago Bears' Offense

So far as introductory press conferences go, this one actually carries some appeal. News spread just hours after the Bears acquired Marshall that the troubled wide receiver had been accused of punching a 24-year old woman in the face outside a New York nightclub on Saturday night. According to reports, both the Bears and Dolphins knew of the incident before the trade was made.

Reporters will certainly have questions for Marshall on the incident.

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