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I was in Denver over the weekend, checking out the Broncos’ mini-camp while working on a couple different assignments, and Goodman was gracious enough to provide insight on Marshall after Saturday’s practice.
What’s it like to cover Brandon?
“Tough. I think it’s easier to think of a weakness for Brandon Marshall than to name all the strengths. He’s a big guy, uses his body well, a guy that can get behind you, and if he doesn’t get behind you he can go on top of you. He’s a strong guy. He can run every route in the book. You have to be leery of the ‘go’ route as well as the intermediate stuff. When I think of a 230 pound guy that’s 6-4 and a guy that can run after the catch, it’s pretty dangerous. Definitely one of the top five receivers in the league.”
Did you see him breaking a lot of tackles?
“Yeah, and guys not wanting to tackle him, too. It’s obvious on film, Whether it’s the secondary guys or the guys in the middle. He’s a guy that is willing to go across the middle, 230 pounds, and linebackers have to think twice about tackling him. He’s a difference maker.