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Brandon Marshall suggests that he never spoke to Jay Cutler during final year with the bears

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The New York Jets narrowly missed out on the play-offs this season and their new look team gave a great account for themselves in 2015.

One of the key figures in their offense was wide receiver Brandon Marshall who had a pro bowl year in his first year in New York.

Two year silence

Marshall was traded to the Jets by the Chicago Bears and following a great year with the Jets, he has been speaking about the season just gone.


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Appearing on the Rich Eisen show, Marshall was talking about several points but the most interesting was his former quarterback Jay Cutler.

Eisen managed to get a very interesting answer out of Marshall where he revealed that for his final year in Chicago, he didn't speak to Cutler.

In what was a very light hearted interview, Eisen asked the big question and Marshall slipped up.

Revealing that he hasn't spoken to Cutler for two years, Eisen pointed out that for one of those years, he was still in Chicago.

That observation however wasn't actually answered by Marshall who just laughed the situation off and tried to move on.

Marshall may have shed some light onto why he left the Bears and will surely only leave Chicago fans asking more questions of their franchise.

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