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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 and his wife were trying to leave after the fight broke out. He says his wife is actually the victim in this, getting hit with a bottle as they were leaving.
Police said there was very little evidence to charge Marshall. His attorney, Harvey Steinberg told the AP that the police's decision proves that his client was innocent.
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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...
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...
Chicago Bears star linebacker Brian Urlacher has been working on his game this offseason. And we're not talking about just his football skills. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, former Playboy model and actress Jenny McCarthy is Urlacher's new girlfriend. McCarthy began her career posing for Playboy in 1993, and she was later named Playmate of the Year that same year...
With his legal woes now out of the way, Brandon Marshall is returning his focus to football. He's also wasting no time aiming big.
As in, a trip to New Orleans in February big.
During an appearance on ESPN's "First Take" Friday, the Bears receiver gushed over the potential of his new team, emphasizing how they have the potential to win the Super Bowl, USA...
Dave Teggart kicking against Westboro in 2006
Perhaps I’m more enamored by this story because I played football for a year with him, but former Algonquin Regional High School and University of Connecticut kicker Dave Teggart is going to get a shot at the NFL.
Quick back-story: You know you’re awful as a football school when it is a huge deal that your kicker is going to go Division...
Chicago Bears placekicker Robbie Gould is one of the more interesting and articulate athletes out there. When his days draining field goals are over, he has a bright future in broadcasting. Wednesday night, when the Chicago Cubs hosted the Philadelphia Phillies, Gould was part of a three person social media panel.
He cracked jokes, dropped one-liners and made an announcement that...
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.
Larry Mayer's Chalk Talk - Who has excelled in offseason workouts? Is Wootton is facing a make or break season? Is Cliff Stein a Terminator?
ProFootballFocus: 2011's Best CB Performances - Peanut Tillman did what pre-Michael Bay Optimus Prime never could: shut down Megatron.
USAToday's ever-thorough team report - Go read it. We'll wait.
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We've heard speculation over that last few days, but Michael C. Wright says it's going to happen: Former 1st-round draft pick Chris Williams will move back to Offensive Tackle for the 2012 season.
Williams has had an unfortunate start to his career in Chicago, to say the least, but did show significant signs of improvement last season while playing Guard.