Recovered from his hip injury, Brandon Marshall participated in the Denver Broncos Wednesday practice with the scout team. It seemed that he will probably stay on field without change even though he continued to be disgruntled with team management and his current contract.
That is good for the team. The Broncos seemed neither wanting the receiver to leave nor giving him a new contract. Since Marshall is still playing with them on the field, the Broncos is willing to put up with whatever he says.
As for Marshall himself, he knows well about his current situation and had to get used to it because of his off-the-field issues and his injured hip. Change is not possible, and he will just have to accept the current contract which will pay him $2.198 million this season.