The New York Giants endured a nightmare 2017 season by all accounts. However, it goes without saying that their issues stemmed from the slew of key injuries early on, especially with the receiving corps. Among the notable players whose season was cut short was wide receiver Brandon Marshall. According to Vinnie Iyer of Sporting News, his tenure with the Giants could already be coming to an end this offseason: Marshall turns 34 in March, and before his season-ending ankle injury in October, he was hardly active or effective in the Giants’ passing offense. Under new coach Pat Shurmur, offensive coordinator Mike Shula and cost-conscious GM Dave Gettleman, Marshall won’t be back. There was plenty of optimism surrounding his signing prior to last season.
Giants may release veteran wideout Brandon Marshall
Clutch Points | Feb 14