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Former NFL star Brandon Marshall says ex-teammate Jay Cutler should have won a Super Bowl

Brandon Marshall had over 12,000 receiving yards in his 13-year NFL career. He appeared in games for six different teams during his professional football tenure.

Marshall was drafted by the Denver Broncos in 2006 and began his career catching passes from quarterback Jay Cutler. Marshall and Cutler teamed up again in 2012 when both were members of the Chicago Bears.

Marshall currently co-hosts the podcast “I Am Athlete” with fellow NFL stars Adam “Pacman” Jones and Lee’Sian “Shady” McCoy, and has played with a total of 17 quarterbacks during his career. did. Marshall recently named Cutler the worst signal-caller he’s ever played with.

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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

The reason Marshall selected Cutler as the worst quarterback they’ve ever had on the team was because the passer didn’t reach his potential.

“The worst quarterback I played with, listen, there were so many possibilities… was Jay Cutler,” Marshall told “Hot Ones” host Sean -Told Evans.

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Marshall said Cutler had the skills to win a Super Bowl.

“Jay Cutler should have won the Super Bowl. Jay Cutler had everything it took to be one of the most legendary quarterbacks. And when I say Jay Cutler , because he had not even reached half of his potential.”

Jay Cutler celebrates touchdown

Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler, 6, celebrates a touchdown with receiver Brandon Marshall in 2008. (Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports)

Marshall’s most productive season was with Cutler. In 2012, Marshall was named first team All-Pro. He finished his first season in a Bears uniform with a career-best 1,508 receiving yards. Cutler finished the year with 3,033 passing yards.

Culter ended his eight-year run in Chicago as the franchise’s all-time leader in passing yards and touchdowns. However, Cutler’s tenure with the Bears was somewhat up-and-down, with Chicago missing the postseason in seven of the eight years he was on the roster.

Chicago Bears players celebrate

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (age 6) and Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (age 15) in a 2012 photo. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

The highlight of Cutler’s time playing under center in the Windy City was when he helped lift the Bears to the NFC Championship Game during the 2010 season. He left with an injury, and the Bears lost 21-14 to the Green Bay Packers.

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Conversely, Marshall cited journeyman quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick as the best quarterback the team has ever had. Marshall had a career-high 14 touchdown receptions in 2015, the same season Fitzpatrick played with when they were both on the New York Jets.

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