Brandon Marshall says he won’t revert back to old ways

Brandon Marshall is a changed man. And he’s keeping it that way. In a candid interview with ESPN.com, the Bears’ once-troubled receiver said “there isn’t any reverting back” to his past. “I found that interesting that there is a thought about me reverting back. But I always tell people that’s just part of the journey,…

Bears’ Marshall wants NFL to ban Brandon Meriweather?

Veteran Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather has come to be known as a headhunter, continually launching himself at opponents’ helmets. Brandon Marshall is attempting to put a stop to it. Following Sunday’s 45-41 loss to the Skins, the Bears’ outspoken receiver said the NFL should consider disciplinary action against Meriweather, even suggesting that he needs to…

Brandon Marshall: Players use Viagra to gain advantage

With all of the hoopla surrounding Adderall and its related consequences, Bears receiver Brandon Marshall brought to light another performance-enhancing drug: the little blue pill. Speaking at his weekly press conference, Marshall claims he’s heard of players using Viagra to gain a competitive advantage on the field. “I don’t know too much about Adderall,” Marshall…

Marshall thinks Bears can win Super Bowl

With his legal woes now out of the way, Brandon Marshall is returning his focus to football. He’s also wasting no time aiming big. As in, a trip to New Orleans in February big. During an appearance on ESPN’s “First Take” Friday, the Bears receiver gushed over the potential of his new team, emphasizing how…

Brandon Marshall to avoid charges in March melee

On the same day players such as the Raiders’ Rolando McClain and Jets’ Kenrick Ellis were sentenced to jail time, Brandon Marshall learned he won’t receive the same treatment. Not even close. Marshall’s attorney, Harvey Steinberg, tells ESPN’s Adam Schefter that New York City police will not bring charges against the Bears’ mercurial receiver. “Brandon…

Marshall facing ‘NFL review’ after another incident

We may now know why the Dolphins, in a surprising move Tuesday, unloaded Brandon Marshall, shipping him off to the waiting arms of Jay Cutler and the Bears. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Marshall was recently “involved in another incident” and is facing “NFL review.” Schefter wouldn’t disclose further details, unfortunately, though I imagine it’s…