Brandon Marshall is reportedly on the trading block in Chicago. Here are five possible landing spots for the wide receiver.
In light of the report that Chicago is looking to deal Brandon Marshall, Mike Florio reviews the trade market and the PFT crew breaks down the reasons behind Marshall’s potential departure.
The Chicago Bears' reported openness to trading receiver Brandon Marshall makes sense if the new regime believes it can replace his production and improve locker room chemistry by removing him. But the truth is the Bears are a better team with Marshall on the field than without him. Show More Summary
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Every time a big, productive name bubbles to the surface as potentially available, it prompts Tennessee Titans faithful to wonder if he will land here. It’s that way for most teams really. It’s especially that way...Show More Summary
The Bears are trying to trade wide receiver Brandon Marshall. That won’t be easy. Although Marshall is a five-time Pro Bowler, what he’s done in the past isn’t particularly relevant to what a team would be willing to give up for him now. What’s relevant is that Marshall’s production is declining with age, that he…
The Bears have a week remaining to decide whether quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Brandon Marshall remain in their plans for 2015. [ more › ]
At this point, the only thing Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall can do is have some fun with his situation. Anytime Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall winds up in headlines, the Broncos' Marshall has to deal with crazy Twitter users who mix the two Marshalls up. Show More Summary
It's hot-stove season (or whatever) in the NFL, and we've already seen our fair share of surprising moves. But with free agency still yet to actually open, a fake Twitter account and a player with the same name as another have teamed up to sow some quality confusion. Read more...
The Chicago Bears are reportedly trying to trade wide receiver Brandon Marshall, according to Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs. The Bears are "exploring trade options" for Marshall less than a week before the start of free agency, and they...Show More Summary
‘Tis the season for moving on from bad contracts, and the Bears are no exception. According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears are “exploring trade options” for veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Whether they’re merely answering the phone, or putting out word in hopes of making it ring remains to be seen, but…
The Chicago Bears declined to commit to Brandon Marshall when asked about the veteran wide receiver last month and now the team is exploring trade options five days before the start of the new league year.
Gotta be careful in these streets.
Can be toxic in the locker room, but his talent is undeniable.
The Indianapolis Colts need to improve their weapons around Andrew Luck, and plenty of questions around Reggie Wayne's playing future still remain. Which receivers are they targeting? How would they fit on the Colts offense? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discuss Indianapolis' offseason in the video above. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall could soon become a free agent, as his current team may be looking to move on. Should the Bears part ways with Marshall? What are some potential landing spots for the receiver? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Marshall's future in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Phoenix Suns today completed a deal to acquire guard Brandon Knight from the Milwaukee Bucks in a three-team trade also involving the Philadelphia 76ers. The Suns also acquired guard Kendall Marshall, who will be waived. As part of the deal, the Suns send guard Tyler Ennis and center Miles Plumlee to the Bucks and [...]
The Milwaukee Bucks have acquired guard Michael Carter-Williams from Philadelphia, and guard Tyler Ennis and center Miles Plumlee from Phoenix, in a three-team deal that sends Brandon Knight and Kendall Marshall to the Suns, General Manager John Hammond announced today. In a corresponding roster move, the Bucks also requested waivers on forward Kenyon Martin.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall could be on his way out of the Windy City. Has Marshall played his last game with the Bears? Will the Bears look to draft a wide receiver in the first round? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Hub Arkush of ChicagoFootball.com discuss Marshall's future in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Last week, Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall said that he received no assurances he’d remain with the team during meetings with coach John Fox and General Manager Ryan Pace. Fox didn’t offer any during his meeting with the media at the combine on Wednesday either. “I think he’s had great production,” Fox said, via the…