The Bears made two big moves this offseason to address their wide receiver issues. First, they traded two third-round picks to Miami in exchange for Brandon Marshall. Then, they used their second-round pick on South Carolina's Alshon Jeffery, turning one of their biggest weaknesses into a great strength heading into 2012.
Being the first true No. 1 receiver the Bears have had in a long time, Marshall will play an important role off the field as well as on it. He will be the leader of the wideouts and looked up to by rookie Alshon Jeffery.
Here are four ways Marshall can help Jeffery with the 2012 season fast approaching.