For three teams in the AFC East, March has brought some major changes to their rosters. The Jets brought back cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie while also trading for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. The Bills traded for running back LeSean McCoy and signed several players, including tight end Charles Clay, while the Dolphins landed…
The Jets made several aggressive moves this offseason in signing Darrelle Revis and trading for Brandon Marshall. Which were the best moves by the Jets? Will these additions pay off in 2015? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News discuss the Jets' offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The New York Jets have made a big splash this offseason, adding key pieces such as Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie and Brandon Marshall. But NBC analyst — and, oh yeah, former New England Patriots safety — Rodney Harrison doesn't seem...Show More Summary
Chicago Bears coach John Fox plans to implement changes to the club’s offseason conditioning program, tweaks he believes should help Alshon Jeffery as he ascends to the role of No. 1 receiver with Brandon Marshall out of the picture. “I really liked Alshon coming out [of college],” Fox said Wednesday from the NFL owners meetings. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears have been one of the NFL's busiest teams through the first couple of weeks of the new league year. After trading wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets earlier this month for a fifth-round pick, general...Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- New York Jets coach Todd Bowles doesn't need to get to know Brandon Marshall. The two were together with the Miami Dolphins in 2010 and 2011, so the Jets' new head coach and their new star wide receiver won't need much ofShow More Summary
PHOENIX -- First-year New York Jets coach Todd Bowles is confident Brandon Marshall will be an upstanding, positive addition to his program. Their pre-existing relationship from Miami helped fuel the Jets' push to acquire the mercurial receiver in a trade with the Chicago...
Plenty of NFL wide receivers have found new homes in 2015, including Brandon Marshall, Torrey Smith and Eddie Royal. Which player will make the biggest impact on their new team? Who will be the best fit? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss wide receivers on new teams in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Jets ticked off some of the biggest boxes on their offseason to-do list by signing three cornerbacks and a safety after trading for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. That’s left them free to move down the list to some of their smaller needs. Depth on the offensive line is one of those things, as evidenced…
The Jets may not be done adding to their wide receiver corps after trading for Brandon Marshall. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the team will host Denarius Moore for a visit on Thursday. Moore has spent the last four years with the Raiders, who drafted him in the fifth round of the 2011 draft.…
The Chicago Bears have the seventh overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Can the Bears replace former star wide receiver Brandon Marshall in the first round? Will they add a complement to starting running back Matt Forte? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Bears' ultimate draft offense in the video above. Show More Summary
Most significant signing: New Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan doled out more than $160 million to sign five new players, not counting the Brandon Marshall and Ryan Fitzpatrick trades, but the No. 1 prize is Darrelle Revis. It cost...Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall talked about his hunger to win a championship with the New York Jets. Hunger? The man should be positively famished by now. No player in NFL history has more receptions without a playoff appearance than Marshall. "These...Show More Summary
Former Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall still considers quarterback Jay Cutler a brother, but was uncertain whether their often-strained relationship facilitated his recent trade to the New York Jets. "It depends," Marshall said Friday during a conference call with the New York media. Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall said he wasn’t surprised the Chicago Bears traded him, and he embraced his new place with the New York Jets on Friday in his first public comments since last week’s trade.
The New York Jets have had anything but a quiet offseason, as the team has been one of the most active in free agency. In recent days, Gang Green's revamped front office has brought in Darrelle Revis, Brandon Marshall and Antonio Cromartie, among others. However, the Jets still have holes throughout their roster. Show More Summary
Just three years after giving up two third-round picks to the Miami Dolphins for wide receiver Brandon Marshall, the Chicago Bears officially traded Marshall and a seventh-round pick to the New York Jets this past Tuesday for a fifth-round...Show More Summary
Woody Johnson didn’t need Rex Ryan to hijack the back page after all. All it took was a moo-la-dee drop over Revis Island.
Brandon Marshall has accepted a challenge to race for his jersey number from his new teammate, but the veteran wideout has thrown a few conditions on top... sensing a straight race is not in his favor.So when Marshall was traded to the New York…
All these free agent moves become less exciting when you remember we have to wait another six months for football.