ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels says the team had not held any talks involving a trade of suspended broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
McDaniels said Wednesday that the team was looking forward to having Marshall back on Sept. 6 and starting preparations for Cincinnati with him.
McDaniels said there were no talks between the Broncos and any other NFL team. There were reports that the New York Jets would be interested in trading for him.
McDaniels suspended Marshall for the rest of the preseason last Friday for detrimental conduct stemming from insubordinate actions during a practice.
Marshall has participated in only a handful of practices during the offseason. He's clashed with the organization since the team rebuffed his overtures for a new contract and didn't act on his request for a trade.
The end of his suspension coincides with the Broncos' week of preparations for their Sept. 13 opener at Cincinnati.
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