Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall told reporters in Miami today that he plans on getting ejected from Monday night’s game midway through the second quarter and that he may fight Jetslinebacker Bart Scott and/or cornerback Antonio Cromartie.
“I’m serious,” said Marshall, who suffers from a borderline personality disorder. “They want to fine me, it’ll probably be like a $50,000 fine. But I’m going to play. That quarter and half I’m out there, I’m going to play like a monster. I might get in a fight with Bart Scott. (Antonio) Cromartie, we pretty much matured our relationship and grew a little bit. We used to fight in Denver and San Diego. If that happens, it happens, so we’ll see.”
Marshall’s reasoning was that he has been playing with his emotions in check so far this season and will exude more passion against the Jets. So far this season he has 22 catches for 313 yards, but only one touchdown. -Star Ledger
This is honestly laughable. Talk about a real team player huh? Brandon Marshall, the Dolphin’s best receiver wants to play like a “monster” for a quarter in a half and get in a brawl with Antonio Cromartie because Cro was mean to him in San Diego. Grow up bro, we all know you can’t fight worth a damn. If you’re going to let your wife kick your ass with a kitchen knife (oops did I say that?), I’m sure Darrelle Revis, Bart Scott and Antonio Cromartie will be more than a handful.
I’m just about to buy two tickets to the Jets/Dolphins game as I’m back in Jersey for the weekend and I can’t wait to Booo the hell out of Brandon Marshall and the Dolphins. This is just what the Jets need right now to get out of a slump, a crappy team rolling into MetLife Stadium talking tough like they’re going to rough up Gang Green. Hey Brandon, maybe you can talk some trash when your team actually wins a game. But until then, I’ll just que the music.
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