Denver Broncos

Good Riddance B Marsh

DENVER - SEPTEMBER 21:  Brandon Marshall #15 of the Denver Broncos heads to the line of scrimmage the New Orleans Saints during NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 21, 2008 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Saints 34-32.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Chad MatejickaContributor IAugust 28, 2009

I like America love to give people a second chance.  A chance for human beings to realize their mistakes, learn from them and move on.  That is what life is all about, but apparently not for Brandon Marshall

Yesterday in a complete dirrespect for a great franchise, a proud fan base, his fellow teammates, coaches and the league, Marshall showed multiple signs of not even caring or wanting to be on a practice field.  

Does Marshall realize how fortunate he is to be playing football, when many people are working multiple jobs to feed their families? How did head coach Josh McDaniels continue to allow this type of behavior.  Some assistant coach should have seen it and he should have been sent home. 

Pat Bowlen do this clown a favor and ship him out of town.  Call the Arizona Cardinals and see if they will swap Anquan Boldin for Marshall.  The Broncos will take on more salary but they will rid themselves of a problem and obtain one of the elite receivers in the league who came back just three weeks after suffering a broken jaw.

Let Marshall be some other teams problem and let the Broncos rebuild with players who actually care. 

Boldin would be a great start. 

Source:

http://www.thedenverchannel.com/video/20590420/index.html

 

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