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GETTING SOME FACE TIME: In Chicago, Fred Mitchell noted Bears WR Brandon Marshall "has signed on to be a regular contributor" for WMAQ-NBC, as he will "appear on the station's Sports Sunday show." Through his TV appearances, Marshall also "intends to expand the scope of his Project Borderline, a nonprofit organization devoted to raising awareness for borderline personality disorder, a malady that he has been struggling with for several years" (CHICAGOTRIBUNE.com, 9/6).
PHASING OUT: In DC, Barry Svrluga notes when the Redskins open the season Sunday at the Saints, radio analyst Sam Huff "won't be in the broadcast booth, where he has sat for Redskins games for 37 years." Former NFLer Sonny Jurgensen will "serve as the analyst alongside play-by-play man Larry Michael." Huff will "still join Jurgensen and Michael in the booth for the Redskins' eight home games as well as two on the road, against the rival Giants and Cowboys, but his curtailed schedule is an acknowledgment, in a roundabout way, that he has lost a step in recent years" (WASHINGTON POST, 9/7).