Broncos not attempting to deal disgruntled Marshall

Passing along another story I reported on earlier today, as according to league sources, the Denver Broncos haven’t been attempting to deal disgruntled WR Brandon Marshall.

In fact, the Broncos have received very little contact from other teams inquiring about the currently suspended Pro Bowler. The New York JetsĀ have called the Broncos to explore the situation, according to a source with knowledge of the situation, but Denver has no intention of dealing Marshall right now — a stance that first-year coach Josh McDaniels confirmed later today.

Should a team ultimately step up and make an overwhelming offer, well, it’s pro sports, so you never say never. The Broncos might end up having to suspend Marshall again. Maybe they get off to a slow start and it becomes best to ship him out before the trade deadline. We’re not there yet, though, with everybody 0-0 and the team eager to see if Marshall has learned from this latest experience.

Here’s a link to the full story.

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