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Brandon Marshall Just Gave A Very Compelling, Thoughtful Press Conference On Domestic Violence, His Past
As a new football season begins it also means we officially hear about suspensions handed down for some NFL bad boys. There are several guys facing suspensions who could use both extra cash and plenty of distractions. And there are other NFL players, any of whom could get themselves into trouble at any time. What is the best non-NFL line of work for them?
Brandon Marshall Gives The Wisest, Most Thoughtful Arm-Chair Psychology Analysis Of The Jonathan Martin/Richie Incognito Controversy
Marshall’s issues with his own emotions are well publicized. Last night, he broke down how football can push you to your emotional limits, and how you’re supposed to pretend like you’re fine all the while.
Brandon Marshall Will Not Cheer For Packers This Weekend, Does Not Understand How Playoff Scenarios Work
Brandon Marshall has never made the playoffs. The Chicago Bears are currently on the brink of securing an NFC Wild Card spot, needing only a victory in Detroit this weekend and a Green Bay win over Minnesota. Both are the favored scenarios, and it seems more than likely that Chicago will make the playoffs. But Brandon Marshall, principled and confused man that he is, will not root for Green Bay.
NFL players will do whatever it takes to get an edge. Steroids, spying, bounties, Adderall, Viagra, whatever. Yes, Viagra. This according to Chicago Bears WR Dr. Brandon Marshall, M.D., who scientifically noted in his conversation with Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune that players seek medically induced erections “because the blood is supposedly thin,” or something.
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Yesterday, highly talented and highly mercurial wide receiver Brandon Marshall was traded from the Dolphins to the Bears, and in exchange for two third-round draft picks Chicago was getting its first viable receiving threat of the Jay Cutler era. It was also increasing its likelihood of off-the-field headaches tenfold, as a New York Post report filed at 1:03 AM this morning confirmed.
The Bears have traded two third-round draft picks to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for mercurial wideout Brandon Marshall, and Jay Cutler now has his first real receiving threat since he and Marshall were teammates in Denver three seasons ago. Three instant, knee-jerk reactions to the trade, after the jump.