Bears star receiver Brandon Marshall’s season is over after suffering a pretty serious injury against the Dallas Cowboys.
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Chicago Bears Pro Bowl WR Brandon Marshall is out for the season with serious injuries suffered on Thursday Night Football.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Marshall has a collapsed lung, according to a team source. The team announced earlier in the day that Marshall broke two ribs and injured a lung in Thursday night’s loss to the Cowboys.
Marshall was taken in an ambulance to a local hospital after taking a knee to the back and ribs. Marshall remains in the hospital Friday for observation. Marc Trestman said that Marshall was in good spirits when the coach visited him in the hospital Thursday night.
Dealing with multiple injuries this season, Marshall has managed to put up 854 receiving yards before his injury. Marshall and teammate Alshon Jeffrey made the Pro Bowl last season.