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BSN Exclusive Audio: Malik Jackson and Brandon Marshall open up after Patriots game

  I was able to catch up with Denver Broncos defensive lineman Malik Jackson and outside linebacker Brandon Marshall after the Patriots game on Sunday night and they were terrific as always. Both players had outstanding games and graded very well. MALIK JACKSON Jackson told me, “Tom Brady talks to the refs so egregiously, I would get a flag for talking to them the way he was...
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19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Broncos “have to come with something different” to beat the Patriots

“We have a tough task this weekend,” Denver Broncos defense end Malik Jackson told Mark Knudson of Sports Stampede on Mile High Sports AM 1340 in anticipation of this week’s matchup with the New England Patriots. That might be the understatement of the season so far for the Broncos, who face an undefeated Patriots team that is allowing a league-best 18.2 points per game and...
Via Mile High Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

2012 fifth-round picks ready to make their mark

Four seasons ago two players quietly entered the NFL, going 137th and then 142nd overall in the 2012 NFL Draft. Who would have known that after three seasons of varying success, injuries and many other obstacles that they would be poised to not only play, but be relied on to lead a stellar defense? Malik Jackson and Brandon Marshall are entering the 2015 season with high expectations...
Via Mile High Sports
September 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Jackson's strained calf adds to Denver D-line woes

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The Denver Broncos' biggest area of concern is their defensive line, where starting end Derek Wolfe is facing a four-game drug suspension. Midway through the first day of training camp, fellow defensive end Malik Jackson, who actually logged more snaps than Wolfe last year, strained his left calf. Jackson missed the rest of practice but attended the evening...
Via AP on Fox
July 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Three young Broncos are ready to make a big impact

In their second week of organized team activities the Broncos called some familiar faces up to the podium. C.J. Anderson, Virgil Green and Malik Jackson spoke to the media Thursday and it is clear that the once questionable pieces of the team are now going to be big contributors for Gary Kubiak in 2015. Each player in their own way gave the almost identical quote of “I’ll do...
Via Mile High Sports
June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

5 things we learned in the Denver Broncos’ win over Kansas City

Here are five things we learned in the Denver Broncos’ win over the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday. 1. The Broncos are undisciplined. During Sunday’s win, the Denver Broncos were called for 11 penalties. Many of those penalties were sloppy and uncalled for. The Chiefs’ 10-minute drive to start the third quarter should have ended a lot sooner. Malik Jackson took a terrible roughing...
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September 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos DE Jackson plays on following dad's death

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Denver defensive end Malik Jackson returned to practice Friday after attending his father's memorial service in New Jersey. The Broncos backup said he'll be able to play in the opener Sunday night against Indianapolis, albeit with a heavy heart. ''I'll dedicate the game to him but try to go out there and not do anything out of the ordinary,'' Jackson said....
Via AP on Fox
September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: “35” fuels motivation for Denver Broncos

35 is not just a number to the Denver Broncos. To fans and players, the number brings a horrific memory of the 35-point loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. But 35 is no longer just a source of embarrassment. It’s become a source of offseason motivation. The team is looking to come back stronger after last season’s devastating loss, and the motivation is seen in...
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April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson can’t keep his shirt on

Some weird stuff goes on during Super Bowl media week. Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson is now contributing to that. Wednesday, a reporter asked him to show off some of his tattoos. Naturally, Jackson went to the ones on his stomach. Keep your pants on, Malik. You may also be interested in:Governor John Hickenlooper renames Colorado’s 14ers for Broncos playersDenver...
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January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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