Bears receiver Brandon Marshall will return home to Florida Saturday to conduct a free non-contact football camp for up to 500 boys and girls ages 7-14 in Winter Park.
Campers are encouraged to dress appropriately and bring a water bottle. Lunch will be provided. For more information, visit thebrandonmarshall.com.
Marshall is entering his eighth NFL season and second with the Bears. Last year he rewrote the Bears record book, setting franchise records with a career-high 118 receptions and 1,508 yards.
The 6-4, 230-pounder tied for second in the NFL in receptions and ranked third in receiving yards. Marshall's seven 100-yard games tied for the most in Bears history, and he became the fifth NFL receiver to record a 1,000-yard season with three different teams.
Marshall caught a career-high 11 TD passes, tied for the sixth most in Bears history and the most since Curtis Conway had 12 in 1995. Marshall also became the first Bears receiver to be voted to the Pro Bowl since Marty Booker in 2002 and just the second since Dick Gordon in 1971.