Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Marshall should not be traded now

Broncos coach Josh McDaniels is getting a breather from the media and fan heat as receiver Brandon Marshall is catching all the ugliness now. Marshall is to Broncos coverage what Brett Favre is the rest of the NFL -- tired news.

Marshall is on borrowed time in Denver and like Jay Cutler and Bobby Humphrey before him, and throw Clinton Portis in there too, the receiver's bright career is almost over in a Broncos' uniform, long before it should be.

The Broncos should hold on to Marshall, make him get healthy, toe the line legally and produce big and then trade him at the peak of his value not selling low as they would now. That, my friends, would be stupid, even if viewed by some as addition by subtraction.

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