A change of teams hasn't done anything to alter Brandon Marshall's budding television career. The New York Jets receiver will return for a second season on Showtime's Inside the NFL program in 2015, according to a formal announcement released by the network Tuesday. Kristian Dyer of Metro New York passed along the news. Show More Summary
Last week, Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall said that quarterback Geno Smith “did nothing wrong” before getting punched by IK Enemkpali in the team’s locker room earlier this month but passed on further opportunities to explain why he felt that way. He passed on another chance during a Monday appearance on The Rich Eisen Show,…
The Jets will start the season without Geno Smith after former teammate IK Enemkpali broke his jaw in a bizarre locker-room (...)
Jets WR Brandon Marshall: 'I'm better than I've ever been'
Ryan Fitzpatrick not surprised by Brandon Marshall unless it's his practice attire
The New York Jets defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 30-22, in preseason action Friday night, as wide receiver Brandon Marshall and running back Chris Ivory put forth solid showings in limited action. Here's a statistical overview of howShow More Summary
Jeremy Kerley isn't having a good offseason. First, Brandon Marshall's arrival forced him to slip down the depth chart. Now, the 26-year-old could potentially miss the New York Jets' next preseason game after suffering an injury Friday...Show More Summary
If you saw a play on Friday night where New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was getting ready to throw, there was a good chance he was getting ready to dump it off over the middle. Dropback after dropback resulted in checkdown...Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall to make first game appearance, Danny Trevathan closing in
Jets receiver Brandon Marshall recently said that Geno Smith “did nothing wrong” in connection with the incident that resulted in Smith being punched in the face and having his jaw broken. On Tuesday, he was peppered with follow-up questions by Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News — and Marshall had no interest in…
Jets' Brandon Marshall moving past Geno Smith questions
New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall has come to Geno Smith's defense, saying the injured quarterback was not at fault in last week's locker-room fight.
It became popular in some circles last week to blame Jets quarterback Geno Smith for the altercation that resulted in Smith getting his jaw broken. While not quite to the level of Axel Foley being charged with disturbing the peace after being thrown out of a window, the idea that Smith provoked a bone-snapping sucker punch seemed…
After the departure of Brandon Marshall, there is plenty of room for a Chicago Bears wide receiver to emerge in 2015. Could Eddie Royal have a big 2015? What type of numbers could he have? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Bears offense in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Brandon Marshall just wants someone to throw him a touchdown pass. In a video released the day after Jets quarterback Geno Smith was (...)
Geno Smith was supposed to be the starting quarterback for the New York Jets this season. It was going to be great! He had new Jet Brandon Marshall to throw to, a new offensive coordinator (named Chan! Show me one other football coach named Chan — YOU CAN’T), and a perfectly unbroken jaw. Show More Summary
With one ill-fated punch, Ryan Fitzpatrick became the starting quarterback for the New York Jets. For fantasy owners brave enough to start a Jets quarterback or those targeting Brandon Marshall, however, very little has changed. On Tuesday,...Show More Summary
Marshall is know for his proficiency in the red zone, where he can best put his talents and his physical gifts — size, leaping ability, catching radius — to use.
The Bills defense knew stopping the run would be important in their intrasquad scrimmage. TE Jordan Cameron is fitting in well with the Dolphins. T Sebastian Vollmer is getting plenty of rest during Patriots camp. WR Brandon Marshall performed well at Saturday night’s Jets practice. The Ravens have both depth and question marks at wide…
Jets WR Brandon Marshall comes up big before not-so-big crowd