The Chicago Bears gave receiver Brandon Marshall a new contract today and of course Brandon Marshall had to sign that contract in the only place that makes any sense — on The View.
Yeah, that’s one of those shows that your wife watches while she’s home cleaning your house, doing your laundry and preparing your meals during the day.
A chick show. A chick with no job show, to be more specific.
And you know broads with no jobs love them some Brandon Marshall!
So obviously, this was perfect.
Look at Brandon there in his fancy purple blazer. Just one of the girls!
Oh, the Bears gave him three more years and $30 million. Of that, $23 million is guaranteed. That is in addition to the $10 million he was already scheduled to make this season.
Unlike most Bears, who are scumbags, Marshall actually turned around and did something good with that money. He pledged $1 million to the mental health community.
Marshall has borderline personality disorder. In other words, he’s fucking crazy.
And that was on full display today.
He needed someone to help him read it before he signed
Funny that all the women seem to like him, especially considering his track record as a girlfriend-beater.
The NFL keeps movin further and further into the shitter.
What do you mean no job. They appear to be working girls.
I like how the “lady” on the right actually thinks her hair looks good like that.
It doesn’t work for poodles
It doesn’t work for the top of your head.
And another thing;
I guess a vast majority of Bear fans watch the view. Is anybody really surprised?
Up next for Marshall? A lifetime channel mini series..
Well, if he really pledged $1 million to the mental health community, the man deserves some credit…
Even a bears player…
Bad news for the Pack – now we have to try to defend the Bears top receivers for the next 3 years , you have to give Marshall credit for giving back to a good cause – (what has Rogers ever given?)
Aaron Rodgers won the 2014 Bart Starr Award. Voted on by NFL peers, award recognizes one player for outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community. In his nine years in the NFL, Rodgers has been active in numerous charitable projects. Additionally, he has been involved with Young Life and the Make-A-Wish foundation, among many other projects. “what has Rogers ever given?” – OOPS http://www.packers.com/news-and-events/article-1/Aaron-Rodgers-wins-2014-Bart-Starr-Award/e2bd76e1-6210-4db8-a5c5-36e31ab83f9a
Can’t believe you asked that Big Cheese…
Brandon Marshall was on First Take today calling Stephen A. Smith a diva for being in a commercial, meanwhile coming up next on The View..