Nevada’s pro day was attended by 15 NFL teams on Tuesday to watch prospects (all of whom attended the NFL Combine) work out. Two linebacker coaches were in attendance.
Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Marshall’
Brandon Marshall will join some familiar faces in Chicago, and history suggests he’ll be right at home playing with former Denver teammate Jay Cutler under the direction of quarterbacks coach Jeremy Bates.
In acquiring wide receiver Brandon Marshall on Tuesday, the Bears pulled the trigger on a move that makes a lot of sense, both on the field and in their checkbook.
Brandon Marshall is back with Jay Cutler, making both players more attractive for fantasy owners in 2012.
There’s no reason not to be optimistic about what could happen if your team wins the Peyton Manning sweepstakes. Now is the time.
Posted: Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Brandon Marshall, Daniel Thomas, Detroit Lions, Drew Brees, Jahvid Best, Kevin Smith, Marques Colston, Miami Dolphins, Mikel Leshoure, New Orleans Saints, Peyton Manning, Randy Moss, Reggie Bush, Reggie Wayne, robert meachem
After a great workout with the Saints, Randy Moss could sign in New Orleans and it’s hard to think of a better fantasy fit for the veteran receiver.
Penn State’s Nathan Stupar was among the leading standouts among linebackers in the three-cone drill and short shuttle at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Posted: Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Andy Reid, Brandon Marshall, Chad Henne, Chicago Bears, DeSean Jackson, Matt Flynn, Matt Forte, Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins, Mike Tice, Philadelphia Eagles
It looks like Matt Forte won’t be leaving Chicago, although it might not be all it’s cracked up to be.
Posted: Monday, January 30th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Super Bowl XLVI, Adam Rank, Brandon Marshall, Eli Manning, Elliot Harrison, Ken Schroy, Kirk Springs, Lawrence Taylor, Mark Sanchez, Miami Dolphins, Nat Moore, Nelson Cruz, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Jets, Rex Ryan, Shula's Steak House, Tom Brady, Victor Cruz
Jason Smith is a Jets fan. That’s bad news for him, since he’s at a Super Bowl featuring the hated Patriots and Giants.
Posted: Monday, January 30th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 Pro Bowl, Aaron Rodgers, Andy Dalton, Ben Roethlisberger, Brandon Marshall, Cam Newton, Drew Brees, Larry Fitzgerald, Marshawn Lynch, Steve Smith
A few observations after the AFC ran away with the 2012 Pro Bowl, 59-41:
Posted: Saturday, December 24th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Fantasy Feedback, Brandon Marshall, C.J. Spiller, Calvin Johnson, DeAngelo Williams, DeSean Jackson, frank gore, Hakeem Nicks, Jackie Battle, Jake Locker, John Skelton, Kregg Lumpkin, Kyle Orton, Larry Fitzgerald, LeGarrette Blount, Malcom Floyd, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Moore, Matthew Stafford, Peyton Hillis, Rashard Mendhenall, Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, Thomas Jones, Tim Tebow, Victor Cruz, Vincent Jackson, Willis McGahee
A running log of NFL Week 16 from a fantasy perspective.
Posted: Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Blog Log Blog, Arian Foster, Brandon Marshall, DeMarco Murray, Earl Bennett, Eric Decker, Jabar Gaffney, James Starks, Jay Cutler, Matt Moore, Ray Rice, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Shonn Greene, Steve Johnson, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady
With fantasy trade deadlines appraoaching, Jason Smith highlights several players that owners should consider targeting to get them over the hump and into the fantasy postseason.
Well that was terrible. Both the game and the ending of my fantasy week. Although it is hard to put this all on Brandon Marshall who had an impressive stat line against Darrelle Revis — 10 receptions for 109 yards. I mean, even desiring anything more than that production against Revis is asking a lot.
Posted: Monday, October 17th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Reggie Wayne, Brandon Marshall, Carson Palmer, Chris Johnson, Curtis Painter, Dallas Clark, Darren McFadden, Donovan McNabb, Dwayne Bowe, Felix Jones, Kenny Britt, Kerry Collins, Kyle Orton, Matt Hasselbeck, Peyton Hillis
The football trade deadline is just that, dead. There is little to no excitement. There is no intrigue. Teams out of the race don’t send picks to other teams for future consideration like in other sports like baseball. Here are some trades I would love to see happen.
Tune into NFL Network’s “Around the League” Friday at 5 p.m. ET to hear San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree talk about his team’s hot start and big game Sunday against the upstart Detroit Lions.