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  • Giveemlove
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    Originally posted by kona bronco View Post
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Denver Broncos' quarterback camp ended with wide receiver Brandon Marshall making a bold prediction.



    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3440496

    "I'm hoping and I'm working to have another 100-ball season," Marshall said Thursday. "I'm there mentally and physically right now."

    Marshall's goal might have seemed optimistic in March, when he cut an artery, a vein, a nerve, two tendons and three muscles in his right arm in an accident at a resort in Orlando, Fla. There was concern he would miss the start of training camp on July 24, but Marshall said his right arm has gotten stronger.

    "I feel pretty good," he said after the team's final workout of the three-week camp. "I still have nerve damage, but I'm still going to catch a hundred balls."

    Marshall spent the camp working on his strength and running routes.

    "My right hand is not as strong. That's the only thing," Marshall said. "The good thing about it is I have a lot of time left."

    The next test is catching hard throws.

    "He's full speed," coach Mike Shanahan said. "He'll be ready to practice, catch the ball June 22. He's getting in much better shape."

    "I can't wait until that day comes," Marshall said. "We don't want any setbacks."

    Marshall wants to build on his breakout season of 2007, his second, in which he caught 102 passes for 1,325 yards and seven touchdowns and emerged as the team's No. 1 receiver.

    With the addition of veteran receivers Darrell Jackson, Samie Parker and Keary Colbert, Marshall thinks the Broncos' offense could chase what he called the New England Patriots' offensive chemistry last year.

    "With our offense and our coaches, the sky's the limit for any of us receivers on this team," he said.

    "Last year I thought we had a great group, but this year it seems so much stronger. We don't have any selfish guys on the team and everyone knows their role and what they need to do to get us to where we want to be."

    Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press
    A little jaw at Javon. LOOOOOVE IT!

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  • Anikai
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    Originally posted by kona bronco View Post
    "Last year I thought we had a great group, but this year it seems so much stronger. We don't have any selfish guys on the team and everyone knows their role and what they need to do to get us to where we want to be."

    Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press
    I Love it.

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  • Whiteyford
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    those talking smack on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otwhB...eature=related should check out that link.

    I call him "Awesomewah" becasue he is just that. Wish he wasn't a Raider, but got to give respect to his high level of talent.

    He's in the top 5 corners of the NFL IMO

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  • Goatmaster
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    yeah seriously, what do you expect him to do sit in the training facility all day doing nothing??? He has a life just like you so stop criticizing him for wanting to get along with his family!!!!

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  • hambone13
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    LOL, you'd think....

    Originally posted by rogue719 View Post
    And as Jay says, every time he's in trouble he says that it's been a wakeup call for him. Sorry, been there, heard that. What he says is not as important as what he does.



    Being excited is great but the problem with his immaturity is that he's not reliable. He shouldn't have hurt himself, because that's a problem for the entire team.
    Brandon isn't rolling with Pacman and C. Henry at the nudy bar, packin' heat. He was wrestling with his brother on vacation in the off season. I'm not saying it was the best decision but give it a rest.

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  • rogue719
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    Originally posted by OC Bronco View Post
    I see this a lot about the guy. Ok, so he's not John Lynch or Rod Smith.

    But look, every time I see an interview with him, he talks about what he wants to acomplish for the team his attitude may be a little boysterious and cocky, but you can tell he just likes playing the game.
    And as Jay says, every time he's in trouble he says that it's been a wakeup call for him. Sorry, been there, heard that. What he says is not as important as what he does.

    So what if he's a little immature? as long as he plays well and dosent cause lacker room cancer (and it appears that he causes more chemistry than cancer) let him have some fun with the game. I like seeing players excited. means they have the drive they need to win.
    Being excited is great but the problem with his immaturity is that he's not reliable. He shouldn't have hurt himself, because that's a problem for the entire team.

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  • str8jacket
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    Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
    He didn't call him Dante Hall. You can hear what he said yourself as there is a video on the Broncos main page.
    He never said that

    "21 AND Dante Hall"

    That insinuates there's another person

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  • ebsoria
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    Originally posted by OC Bronco View Post
    I see this a lot about the guy. Ok, so he's not John Lynch or Rod Smith.

    But look, every time I see an interview with him, he talks about what he wants to acomplish for the team his attitude may be a little boysterious and cocky, but you can tell he just likes playing the game.

    So what if he's a little immature? as long as he plays well and dosent cause lacker room cancer (and it appears that he causes more chemistry than cancer) let him have some fun with the game. I like seeing players excited. means they have the drive they need to win.
    Imaginary CP to you sir!

    I agree. Time and experience will make him "grow up", but he does seem to be having fun.

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  • OC Bronco
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    Originally posted by rogue719 View Post
    Punk? no.

    Childish, immature, unthinking. Yes.

    He needs to grow up. When he grows up, provided he comes back completely from this injury and doesn't make any more El Stupido errors, he *could* be an elite receiver in the league for a long time.
    I see this a lot about the guy. Ok, so he's not John Lynch or Rod Smith.

    But look, every time I see an interview with him, he talks about what he wants to acomplish for the team his attitude may be a little boysterious and cocky, but you can tell he just likes playing the game.

    So what if he's a little immature? as long as he plays well and dosent cause lacker room cancer (and it appears that he causes more chemistry than cancer) let him have some fun with the game. I like seeing players excited. means they have the drive they need to win.

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  • Kaylore
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    Originally posted by Shsonline View Post
    LOL @ "no. 21 and dante hall"
    He didn't call him Dante Hall. You can hear what he said yourself as there is a video on the Broncos main page.

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  • str8jacket
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    Originally posted by BRONCOS_OWN_U16 View Post
    no but i think you need a memory joggin as champ got 10 picks in 06.

    na im just playing man. but it was 06-07
    Give him a break he was like 10 at the time

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  • BRONCOS_OWN_U16
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    Originally posted by broncos1997 View Post
    anyone need a memory joggin as to how champ managed to get 10 ints in 05?
    no but i think you need a memory joggin as champ got 10 picks in 06.

    na im just playing man. but it was 06-07

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  • broncos1997
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    Originally posted by The|Snake#16 View Post
    Asomougha is a fantastic cornerback, the reason he had one pick is the same reason many great CBs fail to pile up the INTs once teams begin to shy away from them. Champ isn't bad because he didn't get 8 picks again, Nnadi isn't either, and Cromartie isn't the next coming of jesus christ just because he got 10.
    anyone need a memory joggin as to how champ managed to get 10 ints in 05?

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  • The|Snake#16
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    Originally posted by Fat Joe View Post
    Or maybe he read about how nice "#21" was and then watched him on film and realized he's not even 1/10th of the way to being where the guy I lineup against in practice everyday is, so yea. #21 had 1 pick last year. Why's he so good again? Someone refresh my memory.
    Asomougha is a fantastic cornerback, the reason he had one pick is the same reason many great CBs fail to pile up the INTs once teams begin to shy away from them. Champ isn't bad because he didn't get 8 picks again, Nnadi isn't either, and Cromartie isn't the next coming of jesus christ just because he got 10.

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  • Fat Joe
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    Or maybe he read about how nice "#21" was and then watched him on film and realized he's not even 1/10th of the way to being where the guy I lineup against in practice everyday is, so yea. #21 had 1 pick last year. Why's he so good again? Someone refresh my memory.

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