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While the rest of the NFL donned pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month, Brandon Marshall decided to wear green cleats to support mental health.
The NFL will allow Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall to wear green cleats for mental illness awareness, but he will be subject to a uniform violation, which means he’ll be fined.
Clarification: Sounds as if Brandon Marshall is subject to a fine Thu night for a uniform violation for green cleats, but that could be it.
— Jeff Dickerson (@ESPNChiBears) October 9, 2013...
At least the No Fun League has a heart.
At a time when the NFL has rolled out pink gloves, pink hats and short-lived pink penalty flags to support breast cancer awareness, Bears wideout Brandon Marshall plans to wear green cleats on Thursday night in support of his own foundation for mental illness, according to ESPN.
Marshall was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder...
The NFL says it will eject Brandon Marshall if he wears green shoes on Thursday to raise attention for Mental Health Awareness Week (Credit: Voices.Suntimes.com)
The No Fun League strikes again! Yesterday, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall said this Thursday he will wear green shoes in support of his charity that focuses on mental health disorders. While players around...
Earlier this week Brandon Marshall warned the league that he would wear green shoes to promote Mental Health Awareness Week by saying this:
“One of the things I’m going to do is wear lime green spikes this week,” said Marshall, who deals with Borderline Personality Disorder himself. “The league’s going to hit me with a nice, little fine and I’m asking them to take my...
The NFL isn’t doing all that well in the PR department this week. Not only do they have to deal with the fallout after Frontline’s League of Denial documentary, but now they are looking like hypocrites after rejecting a players request to wear a pair of green cleats to draw awareness for a worthy cause.
Brandon Marshall requested to wear the green shoes for the Bears upcoming...
How often do you show up for work after you've been told you're being docked pay before you even back the car out of the driveway?
That was the case for Bears receiver Brandon Marshall on Thursday night, but the fineable offense was so dear to his heart, he was willing to eat the money, then match it and donate it to charity.
He may want to tick off the NFL fashion police...
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is in the news this week for reasons that have nothing to do with his play on the football field. Again. Given Marshall’s well-chronicled off-field issues throughout his career, that must mean he’s done something stupid and gotten himself in trouble with the law again, right? Not this time. […]The post Brandon Marshall wants world...
Chicago wide receiver Brandon Marshall has been relatively quiet the last three weeks, although he expects that to soon change when the Bears face the New York Giants on Thursday.
Have you every had a job where you didn't really care for anyone and even though there was this whole team atmosphere being fostered you felt like you were all alone? Yeah, that kind of sucks.
That is definitely not the case for the Chicago Bears and their dynamic duo, quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
Thanks to their previous...
With four minutes to play Thursday night and needing to stop America’s most disappointing football team from scoring a touchdown the Bears’ defensive huddle featured the likes of Zack Bowman Landon Cohen Blake Costanzo Jon Bostic and David Bass.
Weeklong injury battles and in-game attrition made the Bears’ once-vaunted unit a cast of no-names.
And the no-names needed a stop...
Jay Cutler threw two touchdown passes to Brandon Marshall, and
Tim Jennings had two of the Chicago Bears' three interceptions
against Eli Manning in a 27-21 victory over the winless New York
Giants on Thursday night.