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Is feeling mutual? Showtime exec wants encore for Brandon Marshall on ‘Inside the NFL’

The door is open if Brandon Marshall wants to return to Showtime’s “Inside the NFL” next year. However, Stephen Espinoza, the general manager of Showtime Sports, knows Bears new coach John Fox, and perhaps even Marshall himself, might shut that door in 2015. Marshall took part in a taping Monday in Phoenix for the show’s Super Bowl preview, which airs this week on Showtime...
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Brandon Marshall invited back to “Inside the NFL”

According to @Sherman_Report, Brandon Marshall has been invited back to do another season of Showtime’s “Inside the NFL.” Marshall was added to the cast back in August 2014, and might do another season of the show. There are several rumors circulating about members of the Chicago Bears criticizing Marshall for flying to New York every week for the show, but it does appear...
Via Sports Mockery
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Adam Gase Interview Brings About More Brandon Marshall Speculation

The Chicago Bears will be interviewing Adam Gase for the offensive coordinator position today, and that’s starting a lot of speculation about what will happen to Brandon Marshall if he’s hired. A former member of John Fox’s coaching staff in Denver, Gase is looking for another position after the team hired Gary Kubiak to be the Bronco’s new head coach. Everyone knows about...
Via Sports Mockery
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Fox brings winning, been-there, done-that attitude

“When he became available, honestly, the game changed”. Ryan Pace put it perfectly when introducing John Fox as the 15th head coach in Chicago Bears‘ history, and Fox is more than ready for the challenge. As all coaches do when they are first introduced, Fox mentioned the history of the position and how excited he is to uphold the legacy that George Halas helped form. He came...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears Players Anonymously Speaking Out Against Brandon Marshall

On 670 The Score, Hub Arkush interviewed Adam Jahns, from the Chicago Sun-Times, to talk about the Bears. During the segment, the topic of Brandon Marshall leaving Chicago was brought up by Arkush and the conversation that transpired between them revealed some interesting information. When the Rumors Started To rewind for a minute, Arkish wrote an article on January 4th titled...
Via Sports Mockery
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Dan Bernstein Assures Caller That Brandon Marshall Is Gone

By now, most fans are aware of the rumors regarding Brandon Marshall and the Chicago Bears parting ways. Today those rumors were reassured once again on Chicago radio. During the Boers and Bernstein Show on 670 the Score, a caller asked Dan Bernstein if he was sure Brandon Marshall was out in March. The caller was referencing a previous report of a source that told Bernstein Marshall...
Via Sports Mockery
15 days ago  |  Discuss

LISTEN: Brandon Marshall calls Chicago radio host a ‘clown’

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has never been shy about his opinions. Marshall, who also serves as a host on Showtime’s Inside The NFL, has been making headlines in the past few weeks. Last week, Marshall ripped Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola, calling for him to be banned from the NFL after he stomped on Bears defensive tackle Ego Ferguson in a Week 16 contest...
Via Awful Announcing
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

AUDIO: Brandon Marshall calls radio host a 'clown'

Brandon Marshall cannot avoid getting into conflicts even though the Chicago Bears’ season is over and his ended weeks ago because of an injury. Marshall was on the radio Monday for “The Brandon Marshall Show” on WMVP-AM in Chicago. He got into an exchange with Carmen DeFalco, who questioned Marshall’s behavior of getting into conflicts...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall to Chicago radio show host: “You’re a clown.” (Audio)

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall really got into it with Chicago radio show host Carmen DeFalco on ESPN 1000. DeFalco said the Bears (5-11) were scared of Marshall and that “things were running amok up there.” Marshall argued with DeFalco and then called him a clown.  The good stuff starts at 2:40, but it’s worth listening to the entire entertaining interview:  
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall: Chicago is home with, without Jay Cutler

It doesn’t appear that Chicago Bears’ wide receiver Brandon Marshall has any plans of leaving Chicago even if quarterback Jay Cutler actually departs from the team. Marshall on if he'd ask for a trade if Cutler is traded: "Hell no." Says Chicago is home now, especially w/ new kids. — Rich Campbell (@Rich_Campbell) December 22, 2014   Brandon Marshall said he would...
Via Sportsnaut
December 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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