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Brandon Marshall: ‘Jordan Love is elevating, he’s saying Packers are his team’ | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Jordan Love is reportedly gettin grave reviews for his performance in the Green Bay Packers’ minicamp, and the rookie quarterback told the press he’ll be ready Week 1: Brandon Marshall shares what he made of the reviews for Love’s performance, and why we shouldn’t be blaming him for the issues Packers’ are having with Aaron Rodgers.

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Brandon Marshall: Green Bay should have been brutally honest with Aaron Rodgers | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Yesterday, former NFL quarterback Alex Smith joined Colin Cowherd on The Herd to share his thoughts on how the Green Bay Packers’ handling of the Aaron Rodgers situation is “inexcusable,”. Smith said the Kansas City Chiefs told him ahead of time about their plan to draft Patrick Mahomes, and Green Bay should have done the same for Rodgers. Brandon Marshall and Nick Wright decide if the Packers would have been in this situation if they told Aaron Rodgers they were drafting Jordan Love.

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Brandon Marshall: The Wk 4 face off between Belichick & Brady will be phenomenal | FIRST THINGS FIRST

The NFL schedule was released, revealing that Tom Brady will be making his return to Foxboro to take on his former team, the New England Patriots. Brandon Marshall breaks down why Brady’s Twitter response to this highly anticipated match up hints that the relationship between the quarterback and his former coach Bill Belichick hasn’t been repaired, and while many may be counting the Pats out, Brandon believes Belichick knows Brady’s strengths and weakness, and will exploit them when they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Brandon Marshall: Brady VS Belichick in Week 4 will be a game of egos | FIRST THINGS FIRST

The NFL schedule has been released and it looks like Tom Brady will return to Foxboro in Week 4 to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against his former team, the New England Patriots. Brandon Marshall doesn’t believe this game will define the legacy of Bill Belichick or Tom Brady, but explains why this will be a game of egos.

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