While New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall was catching just one pass for 17 yards and dropping a critical throw in Monday night’s loss to the Detroit Lions, fans began tweeting their complaints and grievances at Brandon Marshall. Only the Brandon Marshall they were tweeting was, in some cases, not the Brandon Marshall they intended to direct their ire toward. Instead of the Marshall that plays for the Giants, the tweets were being directed at Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall.
Last week, the Detroit Lions asked a season-ticket holder to surrender his tickets after he disparaged African-American fans near him during the team’s home opener on Snapchat, calling them “ignorant [racial slur]” because they sat during the anthem. The tickets, of course, would wind up in someone else’s hands, but one fan asked the team if he could buy them and let the tickets go to a better cause. Andy Morse, a 30-year old from Warren, Michigan, approached the team and asked if he could buy the tickets and let charities around Wayne County, where Detroit is located, use them.
The are beat up at the moment, and need some insurance going forward. This is the thought process behind them holding a massive workout a few days ahead of their Week 3 battle with the Arizona Cardinals, hosting upwards of 10 different players at the team's headquarters in Frisco, TX. **Followon Twitter for up-to-the-second news and analysis!** While there are no big name free agents most fans will recognize, there's one in particular that does stand out: Defensive tackle Caraun Reid. The 25-year-old Reid not only has youth on his side, but a still unsheathed talent that could bring value to the Cowboys. A fifth-round grab of the Detroit Lions in 2014, he was waived after two seasons and landed