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Brandon Marshall thinks Darrelle Revis has something in common
with Michael Jordan. No, not jaw-dropping dunking ability. The Miami Dolphins wide receiver told New York reporters on a conference call Wednesday that the Jets' Pro Bowl cornerback receives preferential treatment from officials.
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Brandon Marshall says Darrelle Revis benefited from ''the Jordan Rule'' on his 100-yard interception return for a touchdown in the New York Jets' win over the Miami Dolphins on Oct. 17.
The Dolphins wide receiver says Wednesday on a conference call with New York reporters that the Jets cornerback received preferential treatment on the play, implying that Revis...
The NFL announced the Pro Bowl rosters on Tuesday and 2 Miami Dolphins made the cut. The Dolphins #1 receiver, Brandon Marshall, was selected as one of the AFC’s wide receivers. He will be a reserve in the Pro Bowl Game. Jake Long, meanwhile, was selected as a starting offensive tackles (along with Joe Thomas). [...]
It would not be Dolphins-Jets week if there was not a little bit of public feuding between the two teams heading into their final meeting of the season. Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall stepped to the plate, accusing Jets CB Darrelle Revis of getting unfair treatment from referees on Wednesday.
Marshall thinks Revis gets a little too much leeway regarding contact with receivers, saying...
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall said Wednesday that officials allow New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis to play by his own set of rules.
Darrelle Revis has had to defend himself a lot lately, and he was doing it again Thursday in response to claims by Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall that the Jets' star corner plays by a different set of rules.
Before what turned out to be a maddeningly inconsistent season, Rex Ryan boasted about how much talent he had on his roster. On Tuesday, he learned that three Jets were headed to Hawaii. Darrelle Revis, Nick Mangold and D’Brickashaw Ferguson were named to the AFC Pro Bowl team. Revis ...
The AFC and NFC rosters, which will change greatly before the 2012 Pro Bowl actually is played, were announced Tuesday night. Brandon Marshall and Jake Long were the two Dolphins players initially chosen to the AFC team.
NFL.com released the final results of the Pro Bowl voting tonight and cornerback Darrelle Revis will be the lone starter for the Jets in Hawaii this year. Nick Mangold, who struggled with injuries earlier in the season, and D’Brickashaw Ferguson will serve as alternates.
Though Joe McKnight led the voting amongst AFC kick returners, he has been named the first alternate at the...
The Jets had three players selected to the Pro Bowl, but it was one omission that was the most surprising development.Cornerback Darrelle Revis, center Nick Mangold and tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson all were chosen, but kick returner Joe McKnight was not selected to represent the AFC, despite leading the...
Before what turned out to be a maddeningly inconsistent season, Rex Ryan boasted about the Jets' talent. He was dead on about three of them. Darrelle Revis, Nick Mangold and D’Brickashaw Ferguson made the Pro Bowl Tuesday.
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Jets try out 11 players [Scout]
Brandon Moore at first Wednesday practice in a month [NJ]