Brandon Marshall to Join FS1’s ‘First Things First’ as Fourth Co-Host

Brandon Marshall has agreed to a contract with Fox Sports to co-host First Things First, sources tell Outkick.

Marshall will fill the fourth chair on FS1’s morning show alongside Kevin Wildes, Nick Wright, and Jenna Wolfe.

FS1 has looked to add a former football player to the set since Cris Carter’s November departure.

Marshall, who has filled-in on First Things First in the past, debuts Monday, August 24.

In the NFL, Marshall played for the Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears, New York Jets, New York Giants, and the Seattle Seahawks for a total of 13 seasons.

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Written by Bobby Burack

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  1. I had to dump FTF when Cris Carter left. He was the only one that could combat the non-sense of Wright and Wolf. I loved when he would put them in their place as a former athlete, neither one of them understand a team or locker room.

    I watched part of an episode after they added Wildes and it just got worse.

    With Wright at the helm, it’ll always have a SJW, LeBron angle to every topic. Just can’t do it!

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