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Giants coach Ben McAdoo has idea of who could be Eli Manning’s successor

The New York Giants have made some interesting moves this offseason.The Giants brought in veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who will join an already loaded offensive attack in New York.Marshall wasn’t the only former New York Jet the Giants signed in free agency either. The team acquired quarterback Geno Smith to serve as Eli Manning’s backup.While many perceived the Smith...
March 29, 2017  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall talks about how he can help Odell Beckham

The New York Giants added a powerful weapon on offense when they signed veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. And It appears he and fellow wideout Odell Beckham Jr. are bonding quite nicely.So much so, that Marshall looks to be eager to subtly take on the role of a mentor to OBJ. Marshall is nine years Beckham’s senior and has had a colorful career filled with ups and downs over...
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March 27, 2017  |  Discuss

Marshall: Giants probably offered me ‘least amount of money’

Brandon Marshall’s decision to sign with the New York Giants this offseason had very little to do with money. In fact, the veteran wide receiver says the Giants may have even been last on his list if he was only concerned about his financial situation.In his introductory press conference with his new team on Wednesday, Marshall was asked if the two-year, $12 million deal he will...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Brandon Marshall to sign two-year deal with Giants

Brandon Marshall enjoyed playing his home games at MetLife Stadium so much that he has decided to stick around, though he will be wearing a different uniform.Kimberley A. Martin of Newsday reports that Marshall has agreed to a two-year contract with the New York Giants. The deal is said to be worth $12 million over two years, which is a slight pay cut from the $7.5 million Marshall...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 08, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Patriots, Brandon Marshall have ‘some mutual interest’

Could Brandon Marshall go from one division rival to another?Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reported Saturday that Marshall, recently released by the New York Jets, is interested in joining the New England Patriots, and the interest is apparently mutual. The marriage makes sense for Marshall, as the 32-year-old has never even played in the playoffs, much less won a ring. Though he...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 04, 2017  |  Discuss

Steve Smith Sr. thinks Brandon Marshall ‘would be a good fit’ with Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens are in search of wide receiving help after Steve Smith Sr. retired earlier this offseason. As fate would have it, the New York Jets released Brandon Marshall this week, and it sounds like Smith is lobbying for the Ravens to sign Marshall.“I think [Marshall] would be a good fit,” Smith told Garrett Downing of the Ravens’ website.“Actually, me and B. Marshall...
Via The Sports Daily
March 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall vows to stay out of Jets QB conversation

Brandon Marshall spent a good portion of last offseason lobbying for the New York Jets to re-sign quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, and he does not think that was a wise idea in hindsight.On Tuesday, Marshall vowed to stay out of the quarterback conversation and focus on doing his own job heading into the 2017 season.“I think last year the whole Fitz situation took a lot out of me...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 01, 2017  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall considers himself underpaid by the Jets

Wide receiver Brandon Marshall and the New York Jets are coming off a disastrous 2016 season. Marshall himself put up a career-worst performance, tallying just 59 receptions for 788 yards and three touchdowns. This played a role in the Jets regressing from a 10-win 2015 campaign to the AFC East’s cellar. Despite this, Marshall views himself as underpaid by the Jets. No, really...
Via Sportsnaut
January 18, 2017  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall wants NFL head coaches to unionize

Few professions work as much as NFL coaches. This sounds like an exaggeration—but it’s not, and New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall wants to see coaches around the league do something about it. Marshall recently had an interview in which he touched on the topic. “It’s time for our coaches to unionize,” Marshall said, via “We’ve had four coaches...
Via The Sports Daily
January 09, 2017  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall wants to stay with Jets: ‘I’ll play for free’

Brandon Marshall wants to be back with the New York Jets. He wants a return so much that he’s not concerned with money — far from it, in fact. “I’ll play for free. My bills are paid.” Marshall said, via Daniel Popper, NY Daily News. “I would love to be back. It’s not about the money anymore. It’s all about winning. I know what I’m worth. I think this team knows...
Via Sportsnaut
January 02, 2017  |  Discuss

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