Brandon Marshall and Borderline Personality Disorder
Brandon Marshall is One of a Kind
Nicknamed in his career in the NFL as "The Beast," Brandon Marshall is a member of the fraternity called Kappa Alpha Psi and enjoys vintage automobile restoration.
He also does charitable work with the Lambda Omega Chapter and is involved in an effort ongoing to rebuild the Pittsburgh Larimer Park in Pennsylvania.
He announced on the last day of June in the year '11 that he was diagnosed with BoderlinePersonalityDisorder and hopes to spread understanding and awareness with regard to this illness, commonly referred to as BPD.
Marshall claims that his entire personal and professional career has been interjected with BPD symptoms but has only gotten treatment recently.
Born on the twenty-third of March in the year nineteen eighty-four, Brandon Marshall is a Miami Dolphins American Football wide receiver.
Selected out of the University of CentralFlorida by the Denver Broncos, Marshall was the one hundred nineteenth pick overall in the '06 NFL Draft in the 4th round.
Known for his ability to dodge tackles and break them, he led all the wide receivers of the NFL in yardage after 1st contact for the '07 NFLSeason. With regard to his ability to break away, he has been called a defense lineman playing widereceiver.
Reportedly, he has also been called the guy toughest to bring down 1 on 1. On the thirteenth of December in '09 Marshall set a record for the NFL for game receptions, making twenty one.
He is 1 of 5 NFL players in history to have caught at least a hundred passes in 3 seasons consecutive.
On the fourteenth of April in '10, Marshall was traded to the MiamiDolphins from the DenverBroncos for a 2nd round pick in the '11 NFL Draft.
On this same day, Marshall and the Dolphins agreed to a forty seven and a half million US Dollar extension for four years.
Born in the Pennsylvania city of Pittsburgh, Marshall later lived in GA before moving to FL. He played football in LakeHowell HighSchool and played both defense and offense.
He was named the year's Seminole County Utility Player and earned honors all-state. Marshall also won the championship for 3Astate triple jump, having landed a jump of forty eight feet plus six and three-fourth inches.