While New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall was catching just one pass for 17 yards and dropping a critical throw in Monday night’s loss to the Detroit Lions, fans began tweeting their complaints and grievances at Brandon Marshall. Only the Brandon Marshall they were tweeting was, in some cases, not the Brandon Marshall they [more]
There are two guys named Brandon Marshall in the National Football League. There’s wide receiver Brandon Marshall, the six-time Pro Bowler who currently plays for the New York Giants. And there’s inside linebacker Brandon Marshall, who currently plays for the Denver Broncos. Maybe you knew that, because you’re a football expert and whatnot. But there […]
If you didn't watch Monday Night Football, consider yourself lucky, because you missed some awful play by the Giants. Here's what you need to know from yesterday.
There are two Brandon Marshalls in the NFL, though perhaps not for much longer
Wrong Brandon Marshall, everyone.
Wrong Brandon Marshall, everyone.
Talk about a case of mistaken identity.
Never tweet at Brandon Marshall. Brandon Marshall had a rough night in a Giants loss. The veteran wide receiver had one reception for 17 yards in a 24-10 loss. And given that Odell Beckham Jr. was a game-time decision, fans expected a big game from Marshall. It didn’t work out and fans got mad on Twitter. Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall considers himself still in the "honeymoon phase" with Eli Manning, but he sure isn't getting a lot of action.
The Giants offense had no shortage of problems in last Sunday’s 19-3 loss to the Cowboys and one of the things that went less smoothly than planned was wide receiver Brandon Marshall’s regular season debut for the team. Marshall was targeted once before halftime and four times overall on the way to one catch for [more]
It did not take long for Giants fans to become disillusioned with Brandon Marshall.
Brandon Marshall goes from sidekick to the go-to guy for Eli Manning if Odell Beckham Jr. can't make it to the field for the season opener.
Giants receiver Brandon Marshall is healthy and ready to go against the Cowboys in the season opener Sunday. Marshall injured his shoulder two weeks ago. He returned to practice last week. On Monday, Marshall spoke for the first time since his injury, though he wouldn’t talk about the injury specifically. “I’ll be out there,” Marshall [more]
Eli Manning is no Ryan Fitzpatrick, at least according to Brandon Marshall.
Former MLB player Curt Schilling's trailer broken down on I-40 mm 228. Can any volunteers help with a trailer? #HurricaneHarveyRelief @NC5 pic.twitter.com/sdhvzYHtHp — Brandon Marshall (@NC5_BMarshall) September 2, 2017 Curt Schilling is on a mission. Show More Summary
Why we’re going all the way Because the Giants already had a championship-caliber defense in 2016. Now, with Brandon Marshall and Evan Engram they have significantly upgraded what they have on offense. And regardless of what outsiders...Show More Summary
Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall and other athletes recently opened up to USA Today about the mental illnesses they’ve endured.
Brandon Marshall is about to go into the Giants' Week 1 opener in Dallas without having caught a single pass from Eli Manning.
The Giants got one of their two injured wide receivers back at practice on Monday. Brandon Marshall has been out of practice since leaving last Monday night’s game against the Browns to get X-rays on his shoulder. Giants coach Ben McAdoo provided little information about Marshall’s status, confirming only that Marshall has “a shoulder” and [more]
Brandon Marshall was back in pads at Giants practice on Monday.