Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall

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

2018 Outlook

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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.

Brandon Marshall (ankle) out for the season

Brandon Marshall will undergo season-ending ankle surgery.

Fantasy Impact

The Giants are falling apart and this is the second season-ending injury the team will deal with from Week 5 alone. Both Marshall and Beckham Jr. are out with ankle injuries leaving Sterling Shepard (also hurt) and Roger Lewis as the only "healthy" options. Evan Engram should see a signifcant boost as one of the lone options left.

Brandon Marshall not expected to play in Week 6 (ankle)

Brandon Marshall has been diagnosed with a sprained ankle and is unlikely to suit up for the Giants' Week 6 matchup with the Broncos. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact

The injury did not look good, so it's almost encouraging to hear that it's just a sprain. With Odell Beckham Jr. out for the season, Marshall's stock will shoot right up when he comes back from this ankle injury though. The Giants haven't been impressive this season, but with ODB out, somebody has to catch all of Eli's passes. Scoop him in your league if you need wide receiver help.

Alex Murray19 weeks ago
Brandon Marshall catches six balls against Buccaneers

Brandon Marshall snared six-of-ten targets for 46 yards against the Buccaneers on Sunday.

Fantasy Impact

Marshall saw double-digit targets from Eli Manning for the second straight week. It seems as though Marshall is finding his footing in this generally struggling Giants offence, as he's had 14 grabs in his last two games, compared to two receptions in his first two games. Marshall has not done much with those added looks and receptions however, and continues to be overshadowed by OBJ. If he doesn't pick up his pace soon Sterling Shepard, could come calling for his spot.

Alex Murray20 weeks ago
Brandon Marshall with 66-yards in Giants' Week 3 loss

Brandon Marshall managed just 66-yards on eight receptions in the Giants' Week 3 loss to the Eagles 27-24. He was targeted 11 times, second on the team only to Odell Beckham, but still ended the game with very modest numbers for a player who was likely drafted as a fantasy WR2/3.

Fantasy Impact

Marshall has been a fantasy disappointment so far in 2017. At this point, Sterling Shepard appears to be the other Giants' WR to own (and appears to have a higher ceiling than Marshall). Owners in 12+ team leagues should continue to hold Marshall while he continues to develop a rapport with Eli Manning as the season progresses but he should remain inactive until he begins to produce. Owners in 10-team leagues likely have better options available to them on the waiver-wire.

Nicky Tapas21 weeks ago