EAG, a public relations firm that represents Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall, has issued the following statement.
From Josina Anderson of FOX31 in Denver:
"Brandon Marshall is continuing to work out and progress this offseason, and is hopeful that wherever he lands that it will be the right place. Additionally, if it were true that a contract extension commensurate with Marshall's skills was actually offered, there would be no question as to what team Marshall would be staying with at this time."
The statement may be a response to a blurb from Woody Paige in today's Denver Post:
"What if the Broncos keep him and: (A) He refuses another $10 million-a-year offer from the Broncos and decides to sit out camp or even a full season unless he is traded or paid more than any other receiver in the league; (B) He returns to the team and announces after three games he has an "injury" and can't play for several games; (C) He is involved in another domestic dispute, nightclub incident or serious traffic offense — and is suspended for a half season, or even a full one, by the NFL commissioner; (D) He has ongoing issues with Josh McDaniels and assistant coaches and players and decides to dog it for the season and causes more problems in the locker room; (E) He gets in another "mystery" situation, slips on a McDonald's bag and is severely injured again; or (F) He continually tells everyone around him he will never be happy until he is out of this town?"