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    Wednesday camp: Marshall catching with two hands
    by Lindsay Jones on June 11, 2008


    DOVE VALLEY ó Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall ran routes with teammates to open camp Wednesday morning and caught a few passes Ö. with his right hand.

    This is news because Marshall hasnít used that hand (at least not during the practices that have been open to the media) since he severed a vein, artery, a nerve and tendons in his right forearm in March. Marshall had surgery in late March.

    Marshall wasnít gripping the ball tightly with his right hand as he caught the long passes, but he was using the injured arm to cradle the ball Ö something he wasnít doing last week when he was spotted catching a pass with only his left hand.

    This is very good news we really need him

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    good to see the progress on such a stupid injury.
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    All I care about is game time.

    Be ready then.
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    I'm skeptical and will remain so until I see him make catches in games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaylore View Post
    I'm skeptical and will remain so until I see him make catches in games.
    well, marshall seems to think he can catch a 100 balls this year. the dude has natural healing ability or something because that injury did sound pretty bad but he is already a month ahead of schedule.

    preseason and training camp will tell alot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DenBronx View Post
    the dude has natural healing ability or something because that injury did sound pretty bad but he is already a month ahead of schedule.
    Maybe his nickname should be "Wolverine"

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    I'm glad he's healing up. Hopefully he's close to a 100% by the start of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TON80DB View Post
    "I feel pretty good," he said after the team's final workout of the three-week camp. "I still have nerve damage, but I'm still going to catch a hundred balls."
    I don't like the sounds of "I still have nerve damage." Keeping my fingers crossed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTrainLayne View Post
    I don't like the sounds of "I still have nerve damage." Keeping my fingers crossed.
    You need to watch the video..

    I got it more like I do not have the strength in the arm I do the other one he remarks he has to wipe himself with his left hand cause he doe not have the power with his right hand..

    They have kept him form strength drill on the right arm till July when everything should be healed so he does not re injure something..

    Not the sharpest tool in the shed but a good kid that likes to play football....

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    His arm is still weak and his nerves are still not healed, but they're making him take it easy on that arm so it can HEAL RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeeingRed View Post
    His arm is still weak and his nerves are still not healed, but they're making him take it easy on that arm so it can HEAL RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
    Also remember that nerves do not always heal at the same rate as muscle tissue.. It could be a year or more or for that matter never..

    But he also said in the interview he had all use of the hand and fingers.. just they were weak cause he could not lift even toilet paper..

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    He'll be alright.
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    We, as Broncos fans, have already seen Watt nerve damage can do to an otherwise awesome receiver. Right now, I see Brandon as a loss until he proves that he can overcome being a retard. At the very least, tell me he won't be an easy target for forced fumbles.
    We have reached peak wokeness captain!

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    He's a retard alright, but I think he'll grow out of it. He's a young kid still and as one of the most talented recievers in the league he needs to understand the spotlight will be on him permanently until he can over come his retardation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atwater27 View Post
    We, as Broncos fans, have already seen Watt nerve damage can do to an otherwise awesome receiver. Right now, I see Brandon as a loss until he proves that he can overcome being a retard. At the very least, tell me he won't be an easy target for forced fumbles.

    I was under the impression that it was a car wreck and burns suffered in it that that damaged watts hands..
    But it would not have been the first time I was wrong..

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