MIAMI (AP) – Brandon Marshall has left the Miami Dolphins’ game against the Chicago Bears after aggravating a right hamstring injury.
The Pro Bowl receiver came down hard on his right leg running after a catch Thursday, fell to the turf and clutched the back of his thigh in pain. After being treated briefly by a trainer, he limped off the field.
Marshall was questionable coming into the game because of the injury. He led the injury-riddled Dolphins with 55 catches in their first nine games.