After four years with the team, the Denver Broncos were done with wide receiver Brandon Marshall's erratic behavior, and so were his coaches, teammates, and fans. The Pro Bowl receiver was spiraling downhill quickly and on the brink of losing everything.
When wide receiver Brandon Marshall's wife Michi was arrested due to his misbehavior, he knew he had to make extreme changes in his life.
After being diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and going to therapy for three months, wide receiver Brandon Marshall returns to football and shares his story with the world.
Although Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall still deals with borderline personality disorder every day, he now devotes his time to helping others fight their daily battle with mental illness and has become a face of beating the disease.
Trailer for the Bears week 3 match-up with the Jets at MetLife Stadium on Monday Night Football.