CHICAGO -- Brandon Marshall pulled in a 14-yard catch in the first quarter, making he and Alshon Jeffery the first Chicago Bears receiving duo to each gain 1,000 yards in a season since 1995. “We’ve got a lot of guys who can make plays,” receiver Earl Bennett explained following the Bears 45-28 stomping of the Dallas Cowboys. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall is known for making big plays with his hands. On Monday night, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee learned the hard way that Marshall can also throw a huge block. Take a look at the textbook play...Show More Summary
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears held out receiver Brandon Marshall (quadriceps) from Thursday’s practice, but the injury isn’t expected to keep him out of Monday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. “He’s got a little bit of a quad,” Bears coach Marc Trestman said. Show More Summary
Alshon Jeffery played in Brandon Marshall's shadow a year ago but he's making a case in 2013 for not only the best receiver on his team, but one of the NFL's best pass catchers.
While Brandon Marshall is the No. 1 receiver for the Chicago Bears, Alshon Jeffery has become a legitimate fantasy football option this season, and that should continue heading into Week 13. It's been a more successful season for Jeffery than many had expected. Show More Summary
Public enemy No. 1 for the St. Louis Rams in Week 12 is wide receiver Brandon Marshall. A big, physical downfield threat with a wide catch radius, Marshall has amassed 64 receptions for 828 yards and eight touchdowns with two different quarterbacks chucking him passes this season. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall said that the Lions defense played “borderline illegal” football during last Sunday’s 21-19 victory over the Bears. According to the NFL, the Lions crossed that borderline twice during the game. Defensive linemen Nick Fairley and Willie Young said Thursday that they have both been fined $15,750 by…
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Brandon Marshall anticipated “a problem” for Chicago in 2013 if he finished with 118 catches like he did last season. On pace to bring in just 12 fewer grabs this year, what Marshall notices now with the emergence of Alshon Jeffery is that the Bears have created a problem for everyone trying to defend them. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears' run of 10 seasons without a player surpassing 1,000 yards receiving ended last year when Brandon Marshall amassed 1,508 yards. A year later, the Bears are poised to have two 1,000-yard receivers in Marshall and second-year wideout Alshon Jeffery. Show More Summary
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall learned the hard way about underestimating players based on size the first time he faced Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb. In his final season with Denver, in 2009,...Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall was trying to complain about the Lions’ hellacious pass rush, but all he really did was come off as whiny while indicting his own team’s useless front four.
Bears receiver Brandon Marshall had some strong comments about the Lions and the city of Detroit. Predictably, multiple Lions had some strong comments about Marshall. “If you want to go after somebody, we standing right here,” guard Rob Sims said, via Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com. “We ain’t running from nobody. The city and what it’s…
The Lions don't just play dirty, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall calls their playing style 'borderline illegal.'
Mike Florio talks with CSN Chicago Bears Insider John Mullin about the ankle injury to Jay Cutler that put him out for more than just 1 week. Mullin also talks about Brandon Marshall’s comments on the Lions. Then, Florio talks with Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald about Dolphins owner, Stephen Ross’ press conference just a…
RISING 1. Brandon Marshall, WR: Marshall is red hot. The four-time Pro Bowl selection topped 100 receiving yards (7-139-2) for the second straight week on Sunday. Over the past four games, Marshall has 29 grabs for 408 yards and five touchdowns. Show More Summary
The Lions completed a season sweep of the Bears on Sunday, but that didn’t stop Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall from coming up with a dismissive take on the team leading the NFC North. “It’s the little brother that, big brother wants to go out and play with his friends and the little brother is…
Some performances in Week 10 weren't surprising. We're not going to bat an eyelash when Drew Brees, Robert Griffin III, Demaryius Thomas, Peyton Manning, Brandon Marshall or Marshawn Lynch have huge games. Some players we should have perhaps seen coming. Show More Summary
During Week 10 of the 2013 NFL regular season, the Chicago Bears returned their passing game to full strength. Jay Cutler was back under center, Brandon Marshall was on the receiving end of a high number of passes and Chicago lookedShow More Summary
Brandon Marshall believes the culture of "machismo" in the NFL needs to change, but the incidents in Miami serve to highlight the much broader issue of how boys are raised to be men in our society.
Bears receiver Brandon Marshall is one of the more thoughtful football players out there. He's no boy scout, but he's been remarkably public with his struggles with mental illness. So when he has something to say about Jonathan Martin's difficulties with the locker-room culture, he's worth listening to. Read more...