Brandon Marshall Ambulance Ride From Soldier Field was Televised (Video)
Networks airing NFL games are always quick to update us on in-game injuries, and they’re never ones to shy away from telling us when a player has taken a trip to the local hospital. But during Thursday night’s clash between the Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago Bears, CBS and the NFL Network went one step further than usual when they actually broadcast footage of the Brandon Marshall ambulance ride from Soldier Field after the wide receiver sustained a rib injury.
The good news is that Marshall seems to be okay, as he tweeted the following late Thursday night:
Thanks for the Prayers. .. I’m Good. #MindOverMatter
— Machine Marshall (@BMarshall) December 5, 2014
The bad news is the Bears were not okay, losing their second straight game—this one by a score of 41-28. Marshall was off to a solid start, recording three catches for 61 yards (including a 42-yard juggling act), before exiting the game midway through the second quarter. Here’s a look at the hit that caused the injury:
And here’s footage of the televised Brandon Marshall ambulance ride: