Posted Fri Mar 26th by Ian Henson
Welcome back Brandon Marshall, but not to the Denver Broncos unfortunately.
It must be the offseason, Marshall’s the talk of Denver again.
In what I can only describe as in typical Marshall fashion his Public Relations firm EAG released this statement message via Denver’s KDVR Fox 31’s Josina Anderson:
“Brandon Marshall is continuing to work out and progress this offseason, and is hopeful that wherever he lands that it will be the right place. Additionally, if it were true that a contract extension commensurate with Marshall’s skills was actually offered, there would be no question as to what team Marshall would be staying with at this time.“
Broncos football rule, number 380: Brandon Marshall is shady.
First question, why does Marshall need a PR firm? That’s first.
Second question, this is about as childish as it gets, no? I do not see how any PR firm could agree to release this statement.
Third question, who is going to want to deal with him now? Is this a deliberate middle finger to the Broncos? I mean is he trying to lower his trade value even more? This is worse then the video of him punting footballs at practice.
Fourth question, Marshall has a PR firm? If Marshall hasn’t fired his PR firm by now, he ought to. This is a very poorly written statement (and that’s a major insult if you’ve ever read my columns, because they get scary sometimes) and based on things that have leaked over the last couple of years about him they’re obviously not doing their job (or the more scary version, maybe they are and we haven’t heard anything!).
UPDATE: Miss Anderson (one of our favorites) tweeted that this was a message, not a statement. So that’s cleared up, thank you Josina we’ve struck our above text to correct this. Either way, it means the same thing and in many ways a message is much more important than a statement. In more important ways, EAG sent the only message that they needed to send, that being that Marshall is being completely mismanaged and apparently it’s obvious to everyone but him.