Originally published Oct. 14, 2009
Let's turn the clock back a little less than 50 days to Aug. 29.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall had just been suspended for conduct detrimental to the team, adding more salt to a still fresh wound for the Broncos . The team a few months earlier had traded their disgruntled franchise quarterback to the Chicago Bears , and now were dealing with their No. 1 receiver demanding a trip out of Denver.
Now fast froward to the present day.
The Broncos are the surprise of the NFL standing atop the AFC West with a perfect 5-0 record. Even more surprising is the fact that Marshall, of all people, has been the key player in the past two Broncos victories. Marshall made a spectacular run and catch for the go ahead touchdown against the Cowboys an ...
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Article written by Kris Burke