Broncos LB Brandon Marshall on Sunday aggravated a knee injury that has been dogging him for much of the season, according to The Denver Post. “It keeps lingering around. It’s something I got to fix, since Game 3 or 4,” he said. “It’s a sprain. It’ll hurt, but then two plays I’ll be able to come back and I’m good I won’t even feel it.” Marshall didn't miss much of the Chiefs loss, leading Broncos LBs by playing 86% of the defensive snaps. But add the knee issue to a foot that required 2 screws to repair a Lisfranc injury in the offseason, and you can understand if Marshall isn't quite in top form. He still led the team with 8 tackles against K.C., and we'll continue to use him in IDP leagues. But this is something to keep in mind.
Broncos LB Brandon Marshall is active for today's game against the Ravens. He entered the day questionable with a knee injury but looks OK for normal IDP usage. Marshall sits in LB3 range at best, playing less than 100% of defensive snaps so far.
Broncos LB Brandon Marshall is questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens with a knee injury. He missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before returning to a limited workout Friday. A active Marshall will not be worth trusting in most IDP leagues in Week 3. Rookie Josey Jewell would likely start in his place if Marshall's inactive.
Broncos LB Brandon Marshall (hamstring) is inactive for today's game against the Raiders. He's a weak IDP option, though. S T.J. Ward was previously ruled out with a concussion.
Broncos LB Brandon Marshall (hamstring) is out for today's game against the Chargers. That should help the tackle upside for ILB Todd Davis, though he's not a special IDP option. Losing Marshall doesn't alter the team-D outlook for Denver, which does get OLB DeMarcus Ware back after 5 games down for a forearm fracture.
Broncos LB Brandon Marshall (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers. He put in just a limited practice Friday after missing the 1st 2 days this week. Even if active, Marshall will make for a risky, low-ceiling IDP option. Try to leave him on your bench.
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