“He can definitely still go,” Thomas Brown said.
“One thing I talked to him about in the spring was trying to overcome the mental adjustment of being injured,” Brown said. “I’ve been there before (tearing an ACL in 2006). I understand sometimes coming back as a running back you’re thinking about what you’ve done before to be injured or are thinking about reinjuring something.”
Marshall sustained a torn ACL in 2013, did not play after the third game last season after sustaining ankle and knee injuries and missed practice time in the spring with a pulled hamstring.
The 5-foot-11 Marshall is healthy now, according to Brown, and in the 215 to 217 pound range now.
“He looks good, is around good and has a great attitude,” Brown said. “He’s in better shape in my opinion than he was in the spring.”