There’s an art form to getting away with pass interference — offensive or defensive — in the NFL. Essentially, it’s about not being caught.
Brandon Marshall is the focus of a new documentary that tells the story of his life with borderline personality disorder.
Brandon Marshall might not be the most likely candidate to step on a soap box and testify to the unity of the one-win Miami Dolphins. But these Dolphins just could be the NFL’s version of “Band of Brothers.”
The Miami Dolphins report to training camp in Davie, Fla., on Thursday and there are plenty of storylines to follow – notably whether or not the team will acquire a quarterback to compete with incumbent starter Chad Henne. Meanwhile, whoever throws the football will be looking to mercurial WR Brandon Marshall, entering his second season with the Dolphins.