Marc Mariani spends his off days in Montana

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Bears receiver Marc Mariani left the city life of Chicago after minicamp and went back home to Montana.

Montana Livin!! #hoghunting #406 #daniels #thanksjimmyfortheboatrental A photo posted by Marc Mariani (@marcmariani80) on Jun 23, 2015 at 12:23pm PDT

Mariani went to high school and college in Montana, attending the University of Montana. The Bears receiver caught 69 passes for 1,308 yards and 15 touchdowns his senior year as a Grizzly.

My saweet @uptopclothing gear made it to Chicago just in time to rock all MDW long!! Appreciate Ya as always! Best gear in the bizzzz!! #moments #cheesin A photo posted by Marc Mariani (@marcmariani80) on May 23, 2015 at 6:11pm PDT

The former Grizzly signed with the Bears last season after four seasons with the Tennessee Titans. Mariani has only five career catches for 24 yards with the Titans and has only returned punts for the Bears. Through six games, Mariani returned seven punts for 29 yards last season.

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