January 24, 2014; Kapolei, HI, USA; Team Rice alumni captain Jerry Rice (right) instructs wide receiver Brandon Marshall of the Chicago Bears (15) during the 2014 Pro Bowl practice at Kapolei High School. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Jerry Rice coaches Brandon Marshall during NFL Pro Bowl (Video)

The NFL Pro Bowl isn’t much for spectators, but it is a place where already elite NFL talent can learn even more tips and tricks of the trade.

Case in point? Here we have Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Already one of the better wideouts in the league, Marshall takes some coaching advice from NFL legend Jerry Rice and looks like an enamored student in the process.

Rice begins to give Marshall some pointers on how to break off the line, suggesting that he use the defensive back’s position to his advantage.

As we know, all it takes is a step in the NFL and Rice shows Marshall the best way to get that advantage by tricking the corner into a false sense of security.

It’s nothing over the top or even rocket science, rather, just a simple adjustment in the way you stand.

And hey – if it worked for Jerry, you might want to give it a shot.

Should be interesting to see if Marshall implements the stance next season.

You can watch the video by clicking here.

Tags: 2014 Pro Bowl Brandon Marshall Chicago Bears Jerry Rice

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