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Draft Scout Brandon Marshall News
11/19/14 - WR Brandon Marshall received Wednesday off due to his left ankle sprain suffered two weeks ago. Marshall is day to day.
11/13/14 - WR Brandon Marshall practiced on a limited basis Thursday after missing Wednesday's practice with a sprained left ankle, and is day to day. He has said he expects to play Sunday.
11/12/14 - WR Brandon Marshall missed practice with a left ankle sprain. It isn't the same ankle he injured earlier this year, and on a weekly cable television show he does Marshall said he would be ready to play Sunday whether he gets much practice time or not.
10/12/14 - WR Brandon Marshall is part of a solid tandem with WR Alshon Jeffery. Marshall had six catches for 113 yards, including a 47-yard reception that set up the Bears' first touchdown against the Falcons.
10/09/14 - WR Brandon Marshall said his ankle injury is fine now, but it was an injury that should have kept him out four weeks and he played through it.
"The first two weeks, (when) the doctors ruled me out, they said I wasn't going to play and I went to them and said, ‘Just make it a game-time decision' I thought that with some adrenaline I'd be able to go," he said. "I was able to help the team out, pull some coverage and get Martellus (Bennett) and Alshon (Jeffery) one-on-one matchups. Get Matt Forte some seven-man boxes."
Some media reports have suggested Marshall is upset about something with the offense, but he disputed this.
"No more questions about, ‘How's Brandon feeling?'" he said. "I'm great. What is there to be sorry for? When I wake up in the morning, I have a beautiful view of the lake.
"If this was five years ago, different story. There'd be freaking chairs and freaking bins flipped over right now."