• by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Broncos LB Brandon Marshall hopes to be ready for training camp

    Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall is still nursing a foot injury, but he said Wednesday he'll be able to participate in training camp, reports the team's official website. "I'll be back in training camp. That's what the word is," Marshall said. "I should be able to do some drills at the start of training camp. I'm not sure about everything else." Marshall suffered a mid-foot sprain last season, which required two screws inserted into his foot during the offseason. "I haven't really done a whole lot on it," Marshall said. "I do a lot more in the training room. My surgeon told me it will probably bother me a little bit throughout the whole year -- nothing to keep me out."

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Broncos LB Brandon Marshall still rehabbing foot injury

    Broncos inside linebacker Brandon Marshall was able to lift weights with his teammates during Wednesday's OTA practice, according to the team's website. Marshall is still recovering from a foot injury which has kept him off the practice field thus far. "I think it will be fairly soon," Marshall said, "because I feel really good, honestly." Marshall injured his foot in a December game against the Chargers and later played through the pain in the playoffs against the Colts. He said that watching practice hasn't been as much fun as being out there. "It's kind of tough, because while I'm out here, I need to pay attention; I need to watch more film, because when you do it more, you get a better feel for it," he said. "I have to learn through visual learning and just trying to soak up as much information as I can, because when training camp comes, it's going to come fast, and I've got to learn fast. I'll be all right.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Jets' Richardson, Marshall not at voluntary OTA's

    The Jets were without defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson and wide receiver Brandon Marshall at the team's voluntary organized team activities on Wednesaday, per nj.com. Wednesday marked the second day of the Jets' 10-day voluntary workout program. Marshall was present on the first day but Richardson was not. Jets coach Todd Bowles said Marshall was absent on Wednesday because he "had something to take care of, but "it wasn't conveyed" to him why Richardson was not there. Richardson was the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2013 and is projected to play a key role on the Jets' defense.

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Report: Broncos' Brandon Marshall recovering from foot surgery

    Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall had right foot surgery in March, according to a report by CBS Denver. Marshall suffered a mid-foot sprain in December, forcing him to miss two games before returning to the field for the postseason.

  • by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

    Broncos sign LB Brandon Marshall to ERFA tender offer

    The Broncos have signed linebacker Brandon Marshall to his exclusive rights free agent tender on Monday, per Pro Football Talk. A three-year veteran, Marshall played in 14 games, starting 13, for the Broncos in 2014 and recorded 95 tackles and two sacks.

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Jets WR Brandon Marshall: Geno Smith has 'drive' and 'passion'

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith has seen far more downs than ups in two NFL seasons. Entering his third year, Smith will be asked to produce far more, especially now that he has receiver Brandon Marshall in town. Marshall, in an interview with the New York media on Friday, was complimentary of the young quarterback, who has yet to throw more touchdowns than interceptions in a single season. "I just think he has a drive and a passion that a lot of people don't see," Marshall said, via the New York Post. "From my conversations with him so far, it's really got me excited." Smith only managed 2,525 yards, 13 touchdowns with 13 interceptions a season ago. He was sometimes pulled in favor of backup Michael Vick in games where he struggled mightily. Assuming Smith is the starter in 2015, he won't have as much leeway with new coach Todd Bowles at the helm.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Brandon Marshall: 'I've got 10 more years left in me'

    Wideout Brandon Marshall, who turns 31 on March 23, said he's excited to be joining the Jets and has a lot of good football left, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel. "It was pretty cool to be able to sit back and figure out who really wanted me and the right place for me," Marshall told the Jets' website. "Being able to be in New York with coach (Todd) Bowles, I thought, was an amazing opportunity and one that I thought I couldn't pass up." Bowles was an assistant in Miami when Marshall played for the Dolphins in 2010 and 2011. Jets receivers coach Karl Dorrell coached the Dolphins' receivers in 2010."I think it will be a great transition," Marshall said of his trade from the Bears to the Jets. "Coach Bowles allows guys to be themselves. He treats everyone like men and like pros. That's what it's about right there. That's what I've seen work, is when guys feel comfortable coming to work and they're not micromanaged and there's someone there they can believe in, they can trust. He's an amazing leader." Marshall said he's "got 10 more years left in me. I can still do everything, and I'm excited to do that."

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Jets acquire Brandon Marshall from Bears

    The Jets announced Tuesday that the team has acquired wide receiver Brandon Marshall from the Bears. "I kind of knew about it before it all happened," Marshall said Tuesday morning. "It was pretty cool to be able to sit back and figure out who really wanted me and the right place for me. Being able to be in New York with Coach Bowles, I thought, was an amazing opportunity and one that I thought I couldn't pass up." The Bears will receive a fifth-round pick for Marshall while also sending a seventh-round pick to the Jets.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    No surgery required for Broncos leading tackler Brandon Marshall

    Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall will recover from his sprained foot with rest and rehab, and surgery isn't necessary, reports the team's website. Marshall led Denver with 113 tackles during the regular season, adding nine pass breakups, two sacks, an interception and a forced fumble. Marshall suffered the injury Dec. 14 and played through it. "I think the offseason will take care of it. It shouldn't linger until next season because it wasn't as bad as [Ryan] Clady's or anybody else's," Marshall said. "As long as I keep rehabbing, I think it'll be good."

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Broncos all set for divsional round playoff game against Colts

    The Broncos will head into Sunday's divisional round playoff game at nearly full strength as quarterback Peyton Manning, wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, tight end Julius Thomas, linebacker Brandon Marshall and cornerback Aqib Talib are all active for Denver. All players except Marshall were listed as probable for the game on the team's final injury report Friday. Marshall was listed as questionable with a foot injury. The Broncos are currently 9 1/2-point favorites against the Colts Sunday.