New York Giants: Brandon Marshall Is Great Addition to the Offense

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The New York Jets released Marshall this offseason after two seasons with the franchise. Previous to his stint with the Jets, he played with the Chicago Bears (2012-2014), the Miami Dolphins (2010-2011) and the Denver Broncos (2006-2009). What does matter is what this means from a fantasy perspective. Does putting Marshall in the same locker room risk creating further distractions for a team that doesn't need any more than Beckham has provided? If the Giants can upgrade the offensive line, then quarterback Eli Manning should be all set to have a great season, with more than enough weapons at wide receiver.

Although last season, Brandon Marshall has mostly veered away from that reputation, there are still a few incidents last season.

Bradon Marshall, pictured at FirstEnergy Stadium on October 30, 2016 in Cleveland, will be the New York Giants' No.2 wide receiver in 2017.

Marshall and Beckham will give Giants dynamic receiving threat.

Essentially, the Giants are adding another number-one receiver here.

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The move benefits Marshall, who gets to stay in NY and he joins a potentially deadly trio of receivers along with Odell Beckham and Sterling Shepard.

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On top of his new-found competition for targets, Marshall may have started the declining portion of his career.

LIONS: Detroit tendered defensive ends Kerry Hyder and Brandon Copeland, and wide receiver T.J. Jones. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Marshall's deal will be worth $12 million over the next two seasons. He gained more than 1,000 yards in seven consecutive seasons from 2007-13. In his first season with the team, he was voted by his teammates as the Jets' most valuable player after scoring a career-high 14 touchdowns while catching 109 passes for 1,502 yards, each the second-highest total of his career. Marshall will join a talented Giants receiving corps, and will replace Victor Cruz as the veteran of the group. He also covers the covers the NFL Draft, along with the Jaguars, Buccaneers, and Giants.

After hearing everything, it's easy to wonder where Marshall's production is going to come from. "I don't think it's something that needs to be forced or planned". You are better off staying away from the soon-to-be 33-year-old wideout.



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