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Marshall on the Rebound

In a dominant first season in Chicago, Brandon Marshall has been effective using a certain basketball technique to make plays on the football field. The Packers, who held Marshall to two catches in Week 2, will stick to their game plan and try to maintain a level head to combat it.

Green Bay Packers' defensive backs might want to review some instructional basketball videos this week as they prepare for Brandon Marshall. In recent weeks especially, the 6-foot-4, 230-pound wide receiver has used his size advantage to make key plays in the Bears' passing game which, coincidentally, has been nothing but him all season. With an NFL-leading 101 catches through 13 games, Marshall... Recommended Stories

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