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The Miami Dolphins are 0-4. Clearly some sense of urgency needs to come from inside the team. That’s one way of looking at WR Brandon Marshall’s recent statements about Monday night’s game against the New York Jets.
“my goal is to get thrown out midway through the second quarter,” and “I don’t know if it’s throwing a football 15 yards in the bleachers and getting a 15-yarder or punting the ball and getting thrown out of the game. But something’s going to happen,”
But, because of his recent announcement that he suffers from borderline personality disorder, statements like this become an “elephant in the room” type situation. The fair thing to do is ignore that piece of information and take Marshall’s statement at face value. More comments from Thursday
“I’m serious. 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. Cromartie, we
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The Dolphins thought they were getting “The Beast” when they traded for Brandon Marshall in 2010, a player who was named to two straight Pro Bowls, scored double-digit touchdowns in a season, and broke 35 tackles in 2008-09 while averaging 4.64 yards after the catch. Instead, Marshall has struggled to live up to the lofty [...]
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall claims he's been playing with his emotions in check. With his team winless and a matchup with the division rival New York Jets looming on Monday night, Marshall said he will attempt to get ejected from the game during the second quarter. Marshall specifically clarified his comments, saying he is dead serious. "I'm not joking...
For the Miami Dolphins, who remain winless thus far this season, heading into week 6 against the New York Jets, having a man on their team who is ready to burst out the gates with a monster attitude is the best thing they have going for them. Brandon Marshall is a man on a mission this week. A mission that will hopefully lead the winless Dolphins to a score in the win column....
DAVIE, Fla. While it's uncertain exactly when Miami receiver Brandon Marshall expects to be ejected Monday during the Dolphins' game at the New York Jets, he didn't leave much else in doubt.
Seemingly out of nowhere Thursday, Marshall said he hasn't been himself this season for the 0-4 Dolphins. He touched upon his passion for the game and whether he's been...
Former Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Dan Henning put it best last season when he described Brandon Marshall as a “caged Tiger” before each game.
Marshall is an emotional person, and his emotions have driven him on and off the football field for years. It’s allowed him to play with a reckless abandonment.
Marshall recently admitted he’s been thinking too much, pressing...
Dolphins wideout Brandon Marshall plans on leaving his mark on Monday night's game against the Jets by not playing past halftime. Jets center Nick Mangold, still recovering from a high right ankle sprain that he suffered in the Week 2 win over Jacksonville, did not practice for the second straight day.
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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...
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan encourages Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall to carry out the "Marshall Plan.""If he wants to get kicked out of the game in the second quarter, I think he should," Ryan said Friday.
Santonio Holmes was back at the complaint counter on Thursday.
The Jets receiver again offered his negative opinion on the work done by the offensive line when it came to giving Mark Sanchez enough time to get the ball down the field.
You shouldn't expect Holmes to get benched. He's got a much more secure spot in the lineup than Derrick Mason, but you can expect a weekend...
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie yesterday took delight in tweaking Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall after Marshall on Thursday threatened to fight him in Monday night's game and get ejected. "I really don't care," Cromartie said. "I know what kind of guy he is. He's a front-runner. He had to give you all something to write about because there's...