Brandon Marshall: An Exception To Bill Parcells’ Rules with Miami Dolphins

April 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the aftermath of the brief Cam Cameron/Randy Mueller tenure, the Miami Dolphins (under the Bill Parcells/Jeff Ireland/Tony Sparano regime) have held fast to two basic rules:
1) No divas in the locker room.
2) Draft picks should be treated like gold.
One offseason move has obliterated "Dolphins Law."
First reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, soon-to-be former Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall will be packing his bags and returning to the sunny state of Florida (where he spent four seasons as a standout at the University of Central Florida) to immediately upgrade a position of need that has bothered the Dolphins even in the later years of the Dan Marino era. 
The cost: the Dolphins' second round choice in this year's draft, as well as their second rounder in the 2011 draft. Rumors are also swirling around that the Dolphins have prepared a massive contract that would make Marshall the highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL.
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