Brandon Marshall talks potential NFL return, new business venture and health habits during career

Brandon Marshall hasn’t officially retired from the NFL, but the six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver has remained exceptionally busy since he last caught a NFL pass two years ago. Marshall, the new co-host of “First Things First,” also has launched the “House of Athlete” brand dedicated to to support and enhance physical and mental health for the everyday athlete.

Marshall is extremely passionate about “House of Athlete,” which redefines the standard approach to lifestyle wellness, giving athletes from all walks of life access to premium resources and tools. This week, “House of Athlete” launched a premium range of five all-natural fueling supplements (mental fitness, immunity, rest, whey protein, vegan protein) that are set in the brand’s core values. 

An eight-time 1,000-yard receiver, Marshall recorded 970 catches for 12,351 yards and 83 touchdowns in 13 seasons. He’s currently 16th all time in receptions, 22nd in receiving yards, and 22nd in touchdowns. 

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