Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall injured his foot in Week 15's game against the San Diego Chargers, and he was ruled out for the remainder of the contest. It was later revealed he reportedly suffered a mid-foot sprain. He did not play in Week 16 or Week 17. His status for Denver's playoff game against the Colts is questionable.
Continue for updates.
Marshall Active vs. Colts
Sunday, Jan. 11
Lindsay Jones of USA Today confirmed that Brandon Marshall is active vs. Indianapolis:
"While Marshall told reporters that he practiced well on Saturday, a team source told [NFL Media's Jeff] Darlington that Broncos coaches aren't nearly as optimistic that he'll be available,"
Sessler notes Marshall is considered a game-time decision.
On Friday, Jones confirmed Marshall was officially questionable to play against the Colts:
Troy Renck of the Denver Post followed Jones with Marshall's thoughts:
Marshall Comments on Status
Wednesday, Jan. 7
Andrew Mason of the Broncos' official website passed along comments from Marshall on his status:
Marshall Returns to Practice
Monday, Jan. 5
The Broncos announced the details surrounding Marshall's return to practice on Monday:
Marshall Out for Week 17
Friday, Dec. 26
Mike Klis of the Denver Post has the latest on Marshall:
Marshall Inactive in Week 16
Monday, Dec. 22
Marshall Out of Walking Boot
Friday, Dec. 19
The Denver Broncos provide an update on Marshall's injury:
Marshall Encouraged by Foot's Progress
Thursday, Dec. 18
Troy Renck of the Denver Post provides an update on Marshall's recovery:
Marshall Suffers Mid-Foot Sprain
Monday, Dec. 15
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reported an update on Marshall's injury:
Vic Lombardi of CBSDenver.com later reported what he was hearing regarding the nature of Marshall's injury:
Troy Renck of The Denver Post passed along comments from Marshall on his status and recovery time, while the team also shared his status:
Marshall Ruled Out vs. Chargers
Sunday, Dec. 14
Mike Klis of The Denver Post reported the news of Marshall's injury:
The 25-year-old entered Week 15 as Denver's leading tackler. He had recorded 88 tackles, in addition to two sacks and an interception. Marshall had four total tackles on Sunday before exiting.
Denver's high-powered offense is the big reason for the team's success, but it's undeniable how much better the Broncos defense is when compared to a year ago. Marshall has had a big role in that turnaround, so his absence leaves a significant hole.