How to handle a concussion in football
There are few players who have a more unique and complex journey to recovery than the Denver Broncos’ Brandon Marshall, who had a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee and tore his MCL last year in his first game of the year against the San Francisco 49ers.
Marshall missed the entire 2015 season and played in two games this year, but is ready to go.
The Broncos had a lot of success with Marshall last year, especially with his versatility and ability to be the quarterback in the passing game. “
You’ve got to get it back, and I have some work to do.”
The Broncos had a lot of success with Marshall last year, especially with his versatility and ability to be the quarterback in the passing game.
He was able to play on both sides of the ball, but with the loss of Darian Stewart to injury, Marshall had to move to receiver in 2015.
“That’s the biggest thing,” Marshall said.
His knee injury has been difficult for him to deal with, but he’s confident he’ll be able to return to the field.”
I’ve always been patient and never really gave up,” he added.
“It was definitely a process to get better.
I’m just going to keep doing my best to get back and I’m excited to get going.”
Marshal’s comeback is just the latest in the Denver offense that is going through a lot.
The Broncos have been the worst in the NFL in total yards (5,735) and total touchdowns (37) in 2016.
They are tied for the league lead in points scored (265), tied for first in points allowed (265) and have allowed the second-most yards in the league.
With a quarterback who has struggled mightily this season, there are concerns about the offense.
But there are also positives.
Marshall is the kind of player that is versatile and can fit into a number of offensive schemes, so his return could be beneficial to the team going forward.
He is also a proven playmaker.
As for the Denver defense, they have been pretty solid this year.
They allowed just two passing touchdowns against the 49ers and they have allowed just nine sacks in their past seven games.
Marshall’s return could help to solve a lot problems for the defense.
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