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Bears receivers: To drop or not to drop?

WR Earl Bennett (Howard Smith/USP)

Pro Football Focus recently analyzed Drop Rates for receivers over the past three seasons. One Bears player has the best hands in the NFL, while two others have struggled to hang onto the ball.

At the beginning of free agency this year, Chicago Bears GM Phil Emery traded two third-round picks to the Miami Dolphins for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. The move was met with much trepidation, yet that revolved more around his off-the-field troubles. Numbers-wise, no one can question Marshall's on-field production during his six seasons in the NFL. Marshall has averaged 95 catches and 1,18...

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