- Selected by Colorado with the 16th pick in Stage 2 of the 2010 MLS Re-Entry Process on December 15, 2010 and signed by the Rapids on January 3, 2011.
- Returned to Colorado in 2011, having begun his professional career with the Rapids after being drafted by the club in the first round (11th overall) of the 1998 MLS College Draft.
- Two-time MLS All-Star (2003, 2005), two-time MLS Cup champion (2002, 2005) and a three-time U.S. Open Cup champion (2005, 2009, 2010).
- A fixture on the Jamaican National Team, he has 82 caps for the Reggae Boyz and has scored five international goals.
- 3rd amongst active MLS players with 321 games played, 6th all-time.
- Made his second Rapids debut (after his first in 1998) on May 8 at FC Dallas as a sub in the 63rd minute. It had been 12 years 272 days in between regular season appearances for the Rapids – by far the longest time between games for one MLS team in league history.
- Played in 27 matches, starting 24 and contributed one assist during the 2011 season.
- On May 7 became the 13th player to play 300th career MLS regular season matches.
- Started and played two CONCACAF Champions League matches.
- Playoffs: Came on as a 36th minute sub for Kosuke Kimura in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals (10/30).
- Started 14 of 21 appearances in MLS and started 22 of 29 appearances in all-competitions.
- Registered one goal and one assist on the year.
- Member of Sounders back-to-back U.S. Open Cup champion squad.
- Obtained by Seattle in a trade with Toronto FC in exchange for allocation money on February 10.
- Member of Sounders U.S. Open Cup champion squad.
- Voted by teammates as club’s Defensive Player of the Year.
- Started 25 of 26 regular season appearances for Seattle.
- Finished with two goals and two assists on the year.
- Recorded first career one goal/one assist game in 3-2 playoff clinching win at KC (10/17).
- His overhead kick on the goal line at Columbus (10/3) was voted MLS Save of the Week and a finalist for Save of the Year.
- Played in 24 games with 23 starts and played all 90 minutes 21 times.
- Was traded to Toronto on June 13 in exchange for Edson Buddle.
- Appeared in 16 games for Toronto, all as a starter, logging 1440 minutes.
- Scored lone goal of the season as a member of the Galaxy vs. New England on (5/12).
- Appeared in 25 games for the Galaxy, all as a starter.
- Played a key role in the Galaxy’s franchise record 521-minute shutout streak.
- Helped LA reach U.S. Open Cup final before falling to Chicago 1-2.
- Member of Galaxy’s MLS Cup champion and U.S. Open Cup champion squad.
- Appeared in 25 regular season matches, all as a starter.
- Collected a goal and two assists on the season.
- Strong play earned honors as the club’s Defender of the Year and a spot on the MLS All-Star team.
- Named to second career MLS All-Star team but did not play in the game due to injury.
- Played in 18 games and scored two goals and tallied one assist.
- Missed time due to a sprain of his medial collateral ligament in his left knee.
- Appeared in 25 games for the Galaxy, making 19 starts.
- Named an MLS All-Star for the first time in his career as an additional selection.
- Was the ninth pick of the 2002 MLS Allocation Draft.
- Member of the Galaxy’s MLS Cup champion squad.
- Appeared in 24 games, making 19 starts.
- Registered a career-high tying five assists.
- Helped LA reach U.S. Open Cup final before falling to Columbus 0-1.
- Appeared in 23 games in final season with Miami.
- Scored three goals and added two assists.
- Played in 23 games, making 21 starts.
- Scored one goal and tallied an assist.
- Led Miami to U.S. Open Cup final before falling to Chicago 1-2.
- Played in a career-high 28 games, starting 25.
- Registered a career-high with four goals and career-high tying five assists.
- Drafted by Colorado in the first round (11th overall) of the 1998 MLS College Draft.
- Made MLS debut with the Rapids vs. New England (7/11).
- Was traded to the Miami Fusion on August 14 along with Jason Boyce in exchange for David Vaudreuil.
- Scored his first MLS goal at Chicago (9/2).
- Tyrone Marshall has 82 career caps with the Reggae Boyz and has scored five goals in international competition.
- Made his debut in a friendly against Romania on May 17, 2000.
- Retired from international competition in January 2010.
- Attended Lindsey Wilson College from 1994-1995 before transferring to Florida International University.
- Played forward at FIU from 1996-97.
- All Atlantic Sun Conference First Team in 1997 and Honorable Mention in 1996.
- Ranks 16th in all-time scoring at FIU with 59 points scoring 22 goals and adding 15 assists in his two seasons with the Panthers.
- Married with five children.
- Does not play a game without saying a prayer for he and his family.
- Moved to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida when he was 12.
- Big fan of the TV show The Amazing Race and loves brown stew chicken and rice.