Found May 17, 2012 on
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall will not be charged by the New York City Police Department for a melee that occurred at a nightclub in March, per his attorney Harvey Steinberg.
This is great news for Marshall and the Bears, since he’ll now avoid being punished by the law as well as the NFL. Now he needs to focus on keeping himself out of trouble.
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The lawyer for Brandon Marshall says no charges will be brought against the Chicago Bears wide receiver for an altercation outside a nightclub in March.
Harvey Steinberg says Marshall won't be charged after a woman filed a complaint that he punched her in the face outside Manhattan's Marquee club. Steinberg says: ''We maintained all along he is a victim and there...
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall will not to be charged over his alleged involvement in a violent altercation at a New York City nightclub in March, his attorney Harvey Steinberg told the NFL Network.
Reports of the incident initially alleged that Marshall had punched a woman in the face outside a nightclub, but ESPN reported earlier this week that investigators have...
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According to the attorney of Brandon Marshall, the Bears wide receiver will not be charged in connection with an incident that occurred at a New York nightclub in March.
New York City police will not bring charges against Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall in connection with an altercation in March, attorney Harvey Steinberg told the NFL Network on Thursday. Police had been investigating a complaint by a woman who claimed Marshall punched her in the face outside a Manhattan night club. Marshall had admitted he was at the club at the time...
In March, the Dolphins traded Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears for a pair of 3rd round picks in a deal that was likely fueled mostly, but not entirely by Brandon Marshall’s recent charges in a fight at a night club in which he allegedly slugged a woman. However, after today’s news, the Bears have to be feeling like they got a steal.
According to attorney Harvey Steinberg...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, New York police are finishing their investigation into a March incident in which Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was accused of punching a woman in the face. Schefter indicated it wasn’t likely that Marshall would be charged in the incident, due to a lack of evidence.
24-year old Christin Myles accused Marshall of hitting...
The Bears acquired Brandon Marshall for a pair of 3rd round picks this offseason to be their #1 receiver. That much is known. However, that’s about all that’s known. There are varying opinions on how Devin Hester, Earl Bennett, and Alshon Jeffery stack up 2-4 on the depth chart. ESPN Chicago reported earlier this month [...]
ESPN NFL analyst Adam Schefter dropped a bomb on radio hosts Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic during their Mike and Mike in the Morning show Wednesday that caught ESPN censors napping.
Schefter was a guest caller on the show, and when asked to comment on New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan's weight loss after lap band surgery he had last year, Schefter commented: "90 pounds...
ESPN NFL Reporter, Adam Schefter is typically very conservative, reserved & professional when on air. He joined “Mike & Mike in the Morning” today though, and things were a bit different. After discussing several NFL topics, Greenberg asked Schefter to expound upon a tweet made Tuesday saying Rex Ryan had lost 90 pounds. Schefter’s response [...]
Adam Schefter joined the boys this morning to discuss Rex Ryan losing 90 pounds since having lap band surgery. The boys throw it to Schefter for insight on Ryan’s surgery, which Schefter gives without a hiccup. But before ending his spiel, Schefter lets the audience know that “that’s skipping a lot of God d@#* snacks, if you know what I’m talking about.”
From there, the...
Earlier this offseason, there was some speculation that Devin Hester could be contributing in a bigger role offensively this year. This speculation was fueled by Brandon Marshall saying Hester could outperform him and an ESPN Chicago report that Hester would start opposite Marshall. However, the Bears acknowledged today that his offensive snaps would be limited [...]
Ha freaking ha. And the best part of ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter’s semi-profane gaffe when he said “god damn” on ESPN’s airwaves? It was during a broadcast of Mike & Mike. Gold. Schefter was appearing on Mike & Mike to discuss the massive amount of weight New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has [...]
In continuing the theme from earlier in the week; I’m picking up on my divisional power rankings/offseason recap with the NFC North.
The division yielded 2 playoff teams last year, and, another had their season derailed by an untimely injury. Meanwhile, the Vikings are waiting to see how Christian Ponder’s development affects their 2012 hopes.
The New York Police Department has decided there is not enough evidence to charge Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall for an incident at a nightclub where a woman accused him of punching her in the face.
Christin Myles filed a complaint with the police that Marshall had hit her on the face following a fight outside a club. He has denied being involved in the fight as he...