|Dec. 16, 2016 2:19 PM PT3:19 PM MT4:19 PM CT5:19 PM ET22:19 GMT6:19 AM 北京时间3:19 PM MST5:19 PM EST4:19 PM CT2:19 UAE (+1)17:19 ETNaN:� - Marshall said he hopes to play at Kansas City next week after being ruled out against the Patriots.
Analysis: This will be the second straight game he's missed since aggravating a pulled left hamstring at Jacksonville on Dec. 4.
|Oct. 25, 2016 3:39 PM PT4:39 PM MT5:39 PM CT6:39 PM ET22:39 GMT6:39 AM 北京时间3:39 PM MST5:39 PM EST5:39 PM CT2:39 UAE (+1)18:39 ETNaN:� - Marshall is day to day with a strained left hamstring for the Broncos.
Analysis: Marshall could be replaced by Corey Nelson when the Broncos face San Diego on Sunday on a short week for the second time in 18 days.
|Sep. 14, 2016 10:04 AM PT11:04 AM MT12:04 PM CT1:04 PM ET17:04 GMT1:04 AM 北京时间10:04 AM MST12:04 PM EST12:04 PM CT21:04 UAE13:04 ET16:04 - Marshall was fined $24,309 but not suspended for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Cam Newton in last week's win over the Panthers.
Analysis: Marshall wasn't flagged for his hit, which the NFL deemed an "impermissible use of the helmet (including illegal launching)," according to its 2016 schedule of fines.
|Sep. 8, 2016 5:33 PM PT6:33 PM MT7:33 PM CT8:33 PM ET0:33 GMT8:33 AM 北京时间5:33 PM MST7:33 PM EST7:33 PM CT4:33 UAE (+1)20:33 ET23:33 - Marshall opted to kneel during the national anthem on Thursday prior to his team's season-opening game against the visiting Carolina Panthers. Then he promptly was injured in the first half and was being treated for a possible concussion. However, he was apparently cleared to return to action.
Analysis: Highly unoriginal, the gesture follows the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who refused to stand for the anthem during the preseason in protest of racial discrimination and police brutality.
|June 14, 2016 1:26 PM PT2:26 PM MT3:26 PM CT4:26 PM ET20:26 GMT4:26 AM 北京时间1:26 PM MST3:26 PM EST3:26 PM CT0:26 UAE (+1)16:26 ET19:26 - The Broncos signed Marshall to a four-year contract extension Tuesday worth $32 million. He will make about $2.5 million in 2016, and his new deal kicks in the following year and runs through 2020.
Analysis: Marshall recorded 101 tackles, 1 1/2 sacks and one interception in 16 games last season with the Broncos.
|Feb. 19, 2016 3:22 PM PT4:22 PM MT5:22 PM CT6:22 PM ET23:22 GMT7:22 AM 北京时间4:22 PM MST6:22 PM EST5:22 PM CT3:22 UAE (+1)18:22 ET21:22 - Marshall had screws removed from his right foot on Friday, but said doctors decided to leave in half of a screw that had broken during the preseason.
Analysis: Denver's second-leading tackler played all season after one of the two screws broke in half, something he at first feared would send him to the sideline in September. The pain subsided, however, and Marshall went on to post his second consecutive 100-tackle season. The screws were put in place nearly a year ago after Marshall dealt with a Lisfranc ligament injury late in 2014.