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 at times, and is “in his head” during games. That’s never been the case before, and he’s struggled for four weeks trying to identify the problem.
He usually just goes out and plays off emotion. And typically, the more worked up he gets the better he plays. But this season he’s been in a sedated state of mind because of his Borderline Personality Diagnosis.
He knows the world is watching him closely, and is trying to set a good example for his peers. Problem is he’s identified that the leash he’s put around his neck is preventing him from playing the way he’s use to, and wants to.
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