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Brandon Marshall says Dominic Raiola should be banned from the NFL

Brandon Marshall doesn't think much of Dominic Raiola. The Bears wideout said that Raiola, in addition to being a dirty player, used Marshall's mental illness to talk trash. The history of Dominic Raiola's sordid on-field actions isShow More Summary

Brandon Marshall calls out the classless Dominic Raiola

Chicago Bears wide receiver and Inside The NFL commentator Brandon Marshall has fought a very public battle with a mental disorder known as borderline personality disorder. Apparently, Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola doesn’t care about Marshall’s plight. Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall: Dominic Raiola 'dirty player, worse human being'

2 days agoSports : Globetrotting

Bears receiver Brandon Marshall unloaded on Lions center Dominic Raiola on the radio Monday after the NFL suspended Raiola one game for stomping on the ankle of Bears defensive tackle Ego Ferguson in the third quarter of the Bears’ 20-14 loss Sunday.

Brandon Marshall on Dominic Raiola: Dirty player, worse person

Bears receiver Brandon Marshall and Lions center Dominic Raiola will not be exchanging Christmas cards this year. Marshall said after Raiola was suspended for stomping on the leg of Bears defensive lineman Ego Ferguson that cheap shots are par for the course from Raiola. “This guy is a dirty player, and he’s a worse human…

Denver linebacker Brandon Marshall injures left foot

SAN DIEGO -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Denver Broncos' 22-10 victory against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium: The Broncos medical staff will be busy evaluating players Monday. Linebacker Brandon Marshall, who is the team’s leading tackler, left the stadium wearing a walking boot on his left foot. Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall Injury: Updates on Broncos LB's Foot and Return

Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall injured his foot in Week 15's game against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday, and he was ruled out for the remainder of the contest. Mike Klis of The Denver Post reported the news: The 25-year-old entered Week 15 as Denver's leading tackler. Show More Summary

Fantasy start/sit advice, Week 15: Marquess Wilson

The Bears' wide receiver is set for an increased role. Is he worth the start in Week 15? Chicago Bears' wide receiver Marquess Wilson is in line for a dramatically increased role this week. Brandon Marshall is done for the season with a collapsed lung which hoists Wilson into the starting role opposite Alshon Jeffery. Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall wonders who leaked Kromer’s apology

Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer has admitted that he was an unnamed source who said negative things about quarterback Jay Cutler in an NFL Network report. Kromer apologized to Cutler and the rest of the team in an offensive meeting this week — an apology that was also leaked to the press by unnamed Bears.…

Broncos will add Trevathan to roster for Chargers game

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – After watching linebacker Danny Trevathan practice over the past two weeks, Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio said it’s “great to have him back in the mix.’’ Linebacker Brandon Marshall said Friday he was “very eager’’ to line up alongside Trevathan. Show More Summary

Opportunity to Prove Future Worth Awaits Bears WR Marquess Wilson

A season-ending injury to Brandon Marshall and the three mostly meaningless games remaining in 2014 will provide second-year receiver Marquess Wilson a chance to prove he's a building-block member of the Chicago Bears. A 2013 seventh-round...Show More Summary

Bears sign Montell Owens, place D.J. Williams on injured reserve

The Bears have placed Lance Briggs and Brandon Marshall on injured reserve recently and they added another veteran to the list on Thursday. Linebacker D.J. Williams’s season has come to an end as a result of a neck injury. Williams played 12 games for the Bears this season and made 10 starts while racking up…

Strain showing between Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall

2 weeks agoSports : Globetrotting

The Chicago Bears were eliminated from postseason contention in Week 14, but the suspense doesn’t end there. The final three games will help dictate the franchise’s offseason course. It could be a bumpy ride, if the past week was any indication.

Brandon Marshall thinks Bears-Saints should be taken off Monday Night Football

The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears might be #1 and #2 on the list of most disappointing teams this season.  The Saints were seen as Super Bowl favorites and have had one of the most inexplicable roller-coaster seasons in recent memory, one that’s featured a lot more ups than downs. Show More Summary

Buyer's remorse fits for entire Bears organization, not just Jay Cutler

2 weeks agoSports : Globetrotting

In 1975, eight years before Jay Cutler was born and nine before the arrival of Brandon Marshall, the Magnuson-Moss Act became law. It was designed to protect consumers from faulty warranties on products with the psychological benefit of reducing cognitive dissonance.

Midday News Links: Bears Place Brandon Marshall On IR

Marshall ends 2014 with 61 receptions and 721 yards, his lowest totals since his rookie year. [ more › ]

Brandon Marshall on Jay Cutler: 'I would have buyer's remorse too'

Brandon Marshall said he would have 'buyer's remorse' on Jay Cutler too.

Brandon Marshall: Take Saints-Bears off MNF

Folks bill the upcoming matchup between the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints on "Monday Night Football" as the Underachiever Bowl, and receiver Brandon Marshall doesn't disagree with that description of these two disappointing clubs. In...Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall says he'd have 'buyer's remorse' on Jay Cutler too

Brandon Marshall defended his quarterback, then explained why Jay Cutler is overpaid. NFL teams make for awkward work environments. Everybody knows everyone else's compensation, so it's easy to judge who is actually pulling their weight. Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall on Cutler: I understand why Bears might have “buyer’s remorse”

The Bears signed quarterback Jay Cutler to a seven-year, $126.7 million contract during the offseason and it’s safe to say that Year One of that deal has not gone as anyone in Chicago hoped or expected. The Bears are 5-8, which leaves them last in the NFC North, and coach Marc Trestman has had to…

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