• Brandon Marshall suspended for rest of preseason

    by  • August 28, 2009 • News • 3 Comments

    “Wait, Coach, you mean THIS will get me suspended? I just thought I was mailing it in at Kyle Orton’s performance level…”

    Yes, Brandon Marshall, that will get you suspended for the rest of the preseason. For now, Brandon Marshall’s not set to miss games once the regular season begins, but Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio thinks he could miss more time before this dispute is resolved.

    And though Marshall’s plan likely is to be disruptive without providing full-blown cause for a conclusion that he’s acting like Terrell Owens circa 2005, what we saw in that video is, in our view, enough to justify sending him home for the first four weeks of the season, at a total salary loss of $517,000.

    Marshall’s not helping his case by acting up in practice, and many teams will sit back to see if they can get Marshall at a discount rate when all of this blows up completely on Josh McDaniels and the Denver Broncos.

    Surely, you don’t want this guy on any of your fantasy football rosters this year. If he gets traded, he could increase his value, but a trade looks unlikely this early in the season. I would stay away from Brandon Marshall in your upcoming fantasy football draft, but Eddie Royal may not be bad bargain. Royal is currently the Broncos’ best starting wide receiver.

    As always, the comments are yours. How do you feel about Brandon Marshall?

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    • thomas jones

      wow from the video he looks like a pissed off high school player..lol…grow up!

    • http://www.fantasyfootballfools.com Jacob

      He's definitely not handling this well. His antics are only going to cost him money in future contracts and possibly limit the opportunity he has to impress other teams who may seek to employ him in 2010.

    • http://www.fantasyfootballfools.com Jacob

      He's definitely not handling this well. His antics are only going to cost him money in future contracts and possibly limit the opportunity he has to impress other teams who may seek to employ him in 2010.