Brandon Marshall Trade

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The Denver Broncos have changed the receiver Brandon Marshall to the Miami Dolphins to pick up the draft of the second round in 2010 and 2011, the Broncos announced on Wednesday.

Marshall and the Dolphins agreed on a four-year contract extension that includes $ 47500000 $ 24 million in guaranteed money, according to a league source. The agreement includes nearly 29 million in the first three years of the contract and is the largest paid Marshall receiver in the history of the NFL. Larry Fitzgerald Arizona was the richest part of any recipient on average 10 million per season.
The agreement depends on the development of practices for the championship and Marshall, passes his physical.
The acquisition of dolphins Marshall got a deep threat at receiver to loosen the defenses of their potentially powerful ground game and young, strong-armed quarterback Chad Henne. In return, the Broncos two projects of great takes for a player who caused them headaches addition to making plays.

"It 'great to be here, man," Marshall said, mingled with the fans in the game against the Miami Heat New Jersey.

Last summer, Marshall suspended by the team freak out on the practice at training camp. The source of his frustration was twofold: he was unhappy with the medical team for a misdiagnosed hip injury that required offseason surgery, and he was unhappy with his contract.
Despite these difficulties, Marshall caught 101 passes and 10 touchdowns at 1120 meters last season as the NFL record 21 loss at Indianapolis. He has 327 career receptions for 4019 yards and 25 touchdowns in Four Seasons, all of Denver, where he was drafted by the Central Florida and fourth round pick in 2006.

Broncos coach Josh McDaniels told ESPN Ed Werder in a telephone calls post-transaction with Marshall, he told the recipient that they enjoyed their time together, predicted success for him with the dolphins and expressed regret that their partnership can not succeed in the long term.
Brandon Marshall Trade
Output Marshall leaves the Broncos with Jabar Gaffney, who had 54 receptions for 732 yards and two touchdowns last season as the leading receiver. Eddie Royal caught 37 passes without annotations and Brandon Stokley had 19 catches, four touchdowns.
"I'm not quite sure what the future would be if he was and how affects everything," Broncos tight end Daniel Graham said the event High School in Denver on Wednesday night.
In just over a year, a couple of blockbuster trades, Denver has two first round picks recovered two choices second round, third round pick and quarterback Kyle Orton in exchange for Jay Cutler and Marshall.
"We are going to Miss the one leading to a football field," said Graham. "But we need to move forward. And 'our business."
Graham, who grew up in Denver, said he realizes that a good part of the team's fan base is upset that McDaniels has traded away Cutler and Marshall consecutive offseasons.
"I know the looks from the outside, it is difficult to understand what is happening, especially when you lose players the caliber we have lost in recent years, but it's the ultimate team sport" said Mr. Graham. "Not one player will win the Super Bowl for us."
McDaniels said Werder decisions to trade Cutler and Marshall was motivated by his belief that the move was crucial to building a successful team. He also said he is satisfied that the Broncos got the best result in the trade Marshall for a pair of draft picks in the second round, while remaining aware of the interests of Marshall.

"It seemed like he really wanted out of there," said Graham. "I wanted to go somewhere where he felt he would be happy, and he does not feel like it here in Denver."
The trade also shakes things AFC East in Miami since the contract has probably surpassed New York Jets made earlier this week when they traded a fifth round draft talented but troubled Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes.

Miami is a surprise destination for Marshall, coach Tony Sparano as the Dolphins had not shown much interest in acquiring him. But football czar Bill Parcells, who has the last word in human affairs in Miami, has never avoided a troubled-but-talented wing who work for Terry Glenn in New England, Keyshawn Johnson and Terrell Owens in New York to Dallas .
Dolphins passing game can use the help.
Speedy Ted Ginn Jr. was a disappointment, as Miami took him ninth overall draft pick in 2007. Ginn and the other Wideouts - Brian Hartline, Davon Bess and Greg Camarillo - combined with six touchdown catches last season.
"We need big plays," said the leader of the Dolphins Jeff Ireland in February. "We need players that are pieces of footage. We need players who score touchdowns. We need more production out of the receiver's position."
The acquisition of a high-end receiver frees the Dolphins to use No. 12 overall pick next week on the defensive front seven, where help is also needed.

Commercial, complex negotiations, in which up to four teams, which began immediately after the Marshall Plan did not receive a contract offer and signed restricted free agent a year Broncos race Tuesday morning. Source of direct participation in the negotiations told Werder that McDaniels and general manager Brian Xanders negotiated Parcells and Dolphins President Jeff Ireland as part of the early morning hours Wednesday before reaching an agreement.

Miami was hot after Marshall, as in Seattle. Tampa Bay has shown some interest, and even the Jets considered making a work of Marshall before making his case for Holmes, according to sources.
Marshall, 26, is one of the best young receivers in the game off, a mercurial talent in the prime of his career to where the dolphins are most in need. But, like Holmes, he also brings a reputation for being difficult to handle, and a record that has a strike of a one-year suspension.
Marshall has had several troubles with the law and commissioner Roger Goodell visits to the headquarters to discuss his off-the-field behavior. It was discontinued in 2008 after opening a series of family disputes involving a former girlfriend.
In February, an emotional Marshall was a witness in the murder trial Willie Clark, who was convicted in 2007, drive-by murder of Darrent Williams back corner Broncos.
Adam Schefter is ESPN NFL Insider. About ESPN NFL analyst Chris Mortensen, senior, ESPN NFL reporter Ed Werder and The Associated Press was used in this report.


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