Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall

WR - SEA
Height: 6' 4"Weight: 230 lbsAge: 34College: Central FloridaDrafted: #120 (4th Rd. by Denver)

2018 Outlook

Strength of Schedule:
19th easiest for WRs
Draft Rank (ECR) #219
Best / Worst #120 / #233
ADP #205

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Brandon Marshall also had toe surgery

Pro Football Talk is reporting that new Seahawks wide receiver Brandon Marshall not only had ankle surgery last season, but also had toe surgery from an injury he suffered back in 2015.

Fantasy Impact

This is obviously not great news, and neither is the fact that Marshall came out and said, "I don't feel great. Obviously I've got a lot of catching up to do and get into some football shape." The fact that he's now 34 years old doesn't give much hope that he'll return to the player he once was. In fact, he's looked like a shell of his former self the last two years he's played. At this point, we wouldn't even say he's a lock to make the roster, as his contract with the team carries a max value of $2 million. You're much better off letting someone else take a flier on Marshall in fantasy drafts.

Mike Tagliere3 weeks ago
Brandon Marshall signing with Seahawks

Former Giants and Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall is signing a one-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks, NFL insider Adam Schefter reports.

Fantasy Impact

Marshall spent the 2017 with the Giants but played in just five games due to an ankle injury and ended the year with just 18 receptions for 154 yards. Injuries have long been an issue for the 34-year-old, but the Seahawks are likely hoping he can step in and help them right away, at least in the red zone. The Seahawks lost both Paul Richardson and Jimmy Graham in free agency.

Mike Maher3 weeks ago
Brandon Marshall visiting Seahawks

Veteran free agent wide receiver Brandon Marshall is visiting the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.

Fantasy Impact

Marshall, 34, was limited to 18 receptions in five games for the Giants last year before injuring his ankle and being waived by the club in April. While Marshall is on the wrong side of 30 and had a poor showing in 2017, the Seahawks lost Paul Richardson and Jimmy Graham this offseason and could use a veteran red-zone presence to take some pressure off of Doug Baldwin and the revamped rushing attack. Marshall is going undrafted in early ADP reports but could sneak into the late-round discussion if he appears healthy and can land a top-three receiver role.

Brandon Marshall released by Giants

The New York Giants have informed 34-year-old veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall that he will be released. Marshall, who has racked up 959 catches, 12,215 receiving yards, and scored 82 touchdowns in 12 seasons with the Broncos, Dolphins, Bears, Jets, and Giants, will become a free agent and the Giants will free up over $5 million in cap space.

Fantasy Impact

A dependable source of receptions and yards, Marshall had a disastrous 2017 season with the Giants, catching only 18 passes in five games before being placed on I.R. with an ankle injury. The days of Marshall racking up 100+ receptions season are likely over, but he can still produce solid PPR value if he lands in the right situation. Meanwhile, speculation is rampant that the Giants released Marshall in anticipation of signing Dez Bryant, who has openly stated his desire to play in New York, as their WR2.

Brandon Marshall not expected to retire

New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall (ankle) told the media he's not ready to retire.

Fantasy Impact

Marshall, whose 2017 season came to an early end this week after undergoing ankle surgery, is expected to return to the team in 2018. The 33-year-old wideout compiled a dismal 18-154-0 stat line through five games in 2017.