Brandon Marshall took less to sign with GiantsBy Darlene Powers Mar 09, 2017
In the latest "Quantifying the Transaction" article of the National Football League 2017 off-season, we are looking at Brandon Marshall's new contract with the New York Giants. His search for a new home did not turn out to be long at all.
This is really disappointing news to hear, as I don't think Marshall has done enough to warrant carrying him through four games of a suspension. Norman will spend much of his Redskins career chasing Beckham around the field, but with a pair of stellar receivers on the field at the same time, the Giants can use Beckham as a distraction while Shepard and Marshall wreak havoc on the defense. In terms of a team bringing an established star in to join a young star wide receiver, it's up there. He will now be playing alongside Eli Manning and Odell Beckham.
Earlier this morning it was reported that the New York Giants and free agent wide receiver Brandon Marshall had come to terms on a two-year contract, worth an estimated $12 million. Brandon Marshall may be turning 33-years-old in late March, but he has not slowed down on the field. Though he is technically a receiver, he had just one catch last season, and he's had fewer than 10 catches in three of his five seasons. Wednesday at Okalahoma's Pro Day Mixon laid down a 4.43 40-yard dash to go with a 35-inch vertical jump, two measurable stats that might have put him in the second round conversation of April's NFL Draft.
The individual holding the Lombardi Trophy, Devin Thomas, just so happens to be wearing the same number that Marshall has worn nine of his 11 seasons: No. 15. The Baltimore Ravens are in need of a wide receiver, and signing a proven veteran like Brandon Marshall would fit the Ravens perfectly.
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They're reportedly working to clear some room by negotiating a pay slash with or releasing wide receiver Dwayne Harris, and they can create more space with a long-term deal for Pierre-Paul. The two could make an unstoppable duo.
During his introductory press conference, Marshall told reporters that the Giants "probably [had] the least" amount of money on the table, but said that the opportunity to win a championship trumps all other offers. That extension did not work out. They saved up to $7.5 million. Ryan Fitzpatrick (his quarterback with the Jets) is probably one of my favorite quarterbacks that I've played with. An astounding 31 percent of balls thrown his direction registered as "off target", which was almost triple his 13 percent rate in 2015 and almost double his previous career mark of 17 percent. Last season, they only averaged 19.4, finishing near the bottom. Even though they were defeated by the Green Bay Packers in the first round, they should be able to reach the playoffs again in 2017. He wanted to stay in NY.
Pierre-Paul's tag of almost $17 million eats up more than half of the team's expected cap space this offseason.
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