Giants releasing Brandon Marshall


Gettleman said the team used the failed physical designation on Marshall, per Art Stapleton of The Record.

The 34-year-old UCF product finished the 2017 season on injured reserve after suffering an ankle injury in October that required surgery. Former general manager Jerry Reese signed Marshall to a two-year, $11 million contract last year.

It never really worked out for Brandon Marshall during his time with the New York Giants.

Jordan Raanan of ESPN noted the release saves the Giants $5.2 million in cap space.

In a since-deleted post, Marshall indicated on his Instagram last week that there no room for Bryant on the team. With another wide receiver on the market, Bryant's value is likely dropping. Offensive line, cornerback, edge rusher, and running back all remain priorities after Marshall's release.

"I have interest in everybody". "We do our film work". But that doesn't mean it's impossible.

The New York Giants released receiver Brandon Marshall after just one season, GM Dave Gettleman announced on Thursday. In fact, Marshall had previously agreed to a pay cut and was under the impression he'd return to the Giants in 2018.

Marshall needs 41 receptions to reach 1,000 for his career, and needs 23 to tie Randy Moss for 15th-most catches in National Football League history.