Official Website of Brandon Marshall #54
Denver Broncos Middle Linebacker
Building brick by brick day by day. You will not be able to say you out worked me! #PositiveLiving
Building brick by brick day by day. You will not be able to say you out worked me! #PositiveLiving— Omar C. Bolden (@OmarBolden) March 21, 2018
I think I'm a very calm person. I'm not scared of anyone..I'm not afraid to get hurt...I'm not afraid to lose.. I know for a fact, that football has made me a better person and a better athlete.
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I think I'm a very calm person. I'm not scared of anyone..I'm not afraid to get hurt...I'm not afraid to lose.. I know for a fact, that football has made me a better person and a better athlete.— Marcedes Lewis (@MarcedesLewis89) March 20, 2018
This a very trying sport both mentally and physically... I… https://t.co/49mTvXjnKW pic.twitter.com/fM9E4bCjBi
In the Community
Brandon has worked tirelessly in the community to envoke social change and various children related causes and mentoring including work through his foundation the Williams-Marshall Cares Leadership Program.
- 2017 Alumni of Color Courage Award from Harvard
2017 Leadership and Legacy Chairman’s Award
At a Glance
- A seventh-year linebacker who played 63 career regular-season games (56 starts) and seven playoff contests (4 starts) during his first five NFL seasons with Jacksonville (2012) and Denver (2013-17).
- Opened all 16 games played for Denver in 2017, registering 106 tackles (75 solo), one forced fumble and four passes defensed.
- Finished second on the Broncos with 101 tackles (76 solo) in 2015 in addition to tallying 1.5 sacks (10.5 yds.), one interception, four passes defensed and two forced fumbles.
- Voted by his teammates as the co-recipient of the 2015 Ed Block Courage Award after coming back from a foot injury to post his second consecutive 100-plus tackle season.
Brandon Marshall in the News
The New England Patriots added some beef to their defense Thursday, signing free agent defensive lineman Terrance “Pot Roast” Knighton to a one-year contract. The one-year deal is worth $4.5 million, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. That’s richer than the one-year,...read more
BOCA RATON, Fla — Free-agent Danny Trevathan's exit to Chicago was predictable and inevitable. The Broncos liked the inside linebacker, but didn't view him as a three-down player going forward. That is not the case with linebacker Brandon Marshall. Denver placed a...read more
ENGLEWOOD, Co. — I remember distinctly the first and only time I outsmarted Peyton Manning. It was during a practice in 2013, my second season in the NFL. I had come to Denver from Jacksonville hoping to make an impact on special teams, but I found myself obsessed...read more