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Brandon Marshall hasn’t practiced with teammates, but getting information

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We heard almost a month ago that Brandon Marshall was nearly fully recovered from his stabbing injury earlier this offseason, and that he would re-join his teammates soon.

That hasn’t happened, but Marshall has stayed in touch with his teammates.

“He’s going through a lot right now, and everybody understands that,” Dolphins wideout Davonne Bess told WQAM, via the Palm Beach Post. “But he’s definitely been learning the information. Chad’s been giving him the information, I’ve talked to him a few times, going over a lot of the concepts, a lot of the routes.”

One constant in Marshall’s career is that he hasn’t been able to practice much in the offseason because of injuries, legal issues, or unexplained dramas. (Remember the McDonald’s bag?)

Marshall was hoping to put the drama behind him when he arrived in Miami, but it just hasn’t happened.

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4 Responses to “Brandon Marshall hasn’t practiced with teammates, but getting information”
  1. rayvens says: Jun 17, 2011 1:13 PM

    “He’s going through a lot right now, and everybody understands that,”

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    I dont understand?…..Everything he’s going through is self inflected.

  2. dcryan82 says: Jun 17, 2011 1:24 PM

    I keep waiting for PFT to end an article without a condescending smartass comment, “but it just hasn’t happened”.

  3. mistrezzrachael says: Jun 17, 2011 7:42 PM

    Dolphin personnel moves under Ireland have been poor @ best..and Marshall one of them. Marshalls’ season ending press conference a joke..as he threw his coaches and teammates under the bus.

    Sparano the epitome of lame duck…They will battle Titans for the LUCK draft pick..and if they get it,,draft a nose tackle.

    Ownership has killed a once proud franchise

  4. henryd3rd says: Jun 18, 2011 12:35 PM

    Great trade! Marshall comes with all that baggage and the Dolphins expected him to lead them out of the wilderness. Great! Muhammad Ali once said, “If you can’t lead; don’t mislead!” Dolphin’s management has been misleading us for years and it is not going to get any better anytime soon. Bill Cowher are you listening?

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