A daily Dolphins observer is becoming increasingly skeptical about WR Brandon Marshall's chances of producing at the same level he did with the Broncos.
Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall, who had been sidelined while recovering from hip surgery, was on the field Wednesday at OTAs, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano revealed WR Brandon Marshall underwent a "routine procedure" and could miss the rest of organized team activities.
The only way the Dolphins can justify their trade for WR Brandon Marshall was their desperate need for playmakers, says one NFL insider in "Audibles."
Brandon Marshall may have a checkered past, but he's the receiver Miami needed, and should boost an offense that needed a threat to pick up yards after the catch.
Denver has shipped WR Brandon Marshall to the Dolphins, the Broncos confirmed Wednesday morning.
Broncos WR Brandon Marshall signed his one-year tender Tuesday, according to a report, but some still expect him to be traded before next week's draft.
Although most pundits expect the Giants to draft a middle linebacker with their first-round pick, the whispers we're hearing indicate that an offensive player, such as TE Jermaine Gresham, wouldn't be a shocking choice.
Now that Mike Shanahan has shaken up the NFL with his trade for Donovan McNabb, could new Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll be next to pull off a blockbuster deal?
As was the case when they acquired little-known Matt Hasselbeck nine years ago, the Seahawks paid an eyebrow-raising price for QB Charlie Whitehurst, who'll be counted on as Hasselbeck’s heir apparent.
The Broncos tendered WR Brandon Marshall and QB Kyle Orton at the first-round level Wednesday, according to an ESPN report.
While it appeared that their time with the Broncos would soon come to an end, Josh McDaniels wouldn't rule out Brandon Marshall and Tony Scheffler being back in Denver next season.
It still looks as if WR Brandon Marshall and the Broncos will part ways this offseason, but there's a chance he could be back in Denver in 2010, despite a falling out with head coach Josh McDaniels.
The Broncos are expected by some to deal Brandon Marshall away this offseason, but Marshall recently expressed remorse over what he called "unprofessional" behavior last year and said he is willing to return to Denver to play in 2010.
After witnessing Josh McDaniels question the severity of Brandon Marshall's hamstring injury before deactivating him in Week 17, sources in Denver are having a hard time imagining Marshall wearing a Broncos uniform in 2010.
Four months after Josh McDaniels had suspended Brandon Marshall for nine days because of insubordination, the Broncos' head coach said Friday that his Pro Bowl wide receiver would be deactivated for Sunday's key game against Kansas City, saying it ...