Brandon Marshall is reportedly close to getting a contract extension.
Now Broncos Sideline is a big fan of Marshall's consistent production and him being underpaid isn't right when he's done what he's done on the field but Marshall's off-field nonsense and his selfish ways this offseason should not earn him an extension. He's too big a risk.
The only way the Broncos should pay him large and extend him is if the union rules allow for heavy behavioral stipulations in Marshall's contract that would essentially make the deal null and void if the Broncos wideout hurts the team or organization on or off the field.
The immediate question that comes to mind now is how do the players look at management if Marshall's act won him a big extension when the rest of them were playing good soldiers.