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Brandon Marshall | Wide Receiver | #15

Team: New York Jets
Age / DOB:  (32) / 3/23/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 230
College: UCF
Drafted: 2006 / Rd. 4 (119) / DEN
Contract: view contract details

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Brandon Marshall returned to a full practice on Friday.
Marshall was held out of Wednesday's practice with a foot injury, but he returned on Thursday and was removed from the injury report altogether on Friday. Oct 28 - 3:19 PM

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Brandon Marshall (foot) returned to Jets practice Thursday, getting in a limited session.

Marshall should be good to go against the Browns. He'll be a high-end WR1 against one of the league's worst defenses.
Oct 27 - 1:59 PM

Brandon Marshall (foot) did not practice Wednesday.

Marshall always seems to be battling a minor, nagging injury, and this isn't the first practice he's missed this season. Check back on Thursday, but as of now, there's no reason to believe Marshall won't play against the Browns.
Oct 26 - 3:48 PM

Brandon Marshall caught 3-of-8 targets for 39 yards in the Jets' Week 7 win over the Ravens.

Marshall had an end-zone target and a drop, and we saw him make a 21-yard catch deep down the middle. Otherwise, this was a quiet day for the Jets' No. 1 receiver, who got swallowed up in Jimmy Smith's coverage. Expect Marshall to rebound in a major way in Week 8 at Cleveland, especially if Joe Haden can't go.
Oct 23 - 4:43 PM

Brandon Marshall caught 3-of-6 targets for 70 yards in the Jets' Week 6 loss to the Cardinals.

Running most of his routes against Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu, Marshall caught all three of his passes in the first half and was targeted just once after the break. He got loose for one big play, a 36-yard gain against Peterson. Marshall was also the target in the end zone on Ryan Fitzpatrick's interception that got him benched for Geno Smith in the fourth quarter. If Smith starts Week 7 against the Ravens, Marshall will be downgraded to a WR3.
Oct 17 - 11:51 PM

Brandon Marshall (foot) is practicing in full for Week 6.

Marshall has gotten healthier every week since getting banged up early in the season. Although he'll have to contend with Patrick Peterson on Monday Night Football, Marshall remains a WR1. The Jets have zero choice but to funnel him targets.
Oct 13 - 5:08 PM

Brandon Marshall caught 8-of-15 targets for 114 yards and a touchdown in the Jets' Week 5 loss to the Steelers.

With Eric Decker missing another game, Marshall drew nearly twice as many targets as the next closest Jet (Bilal Powell's eight). His score was a 15-yarder where he beat sticky coverage from Ross Cockrell. It was a pass that probably shouldn't have been thrown by Ryan Fitzpatrick. Marshall has to contend with Patrick Peterson and the Cardinals in Week 6, but his targets will keep him in the back end of the WR1 mix.
Oct 9 - 4:53 PM

Brandon Marshall caught 4-of-12 targets for 89 yards and one touchdown in the Jets' Week 4 loss to the Seahawks.

Marshall did battle with Richard Sherman all afternoon. He was getting the best of the All-Pro cornerback early, with a 41-yard gain and 17-yard touchdown on a back-shoulder throw, but Marshall was held in check after halftime. Sherman picked Fitzpatrick off twice in the second half. With Eric Decker (shoulder) out indefinitely, Marshall should continue to soak up close to a dozen weekly targets. Things should come a bit easier Week 6 at the Steelers.
Oct 2 - 6:10 PM

Jets coach Todd Bowles said the team will "make sure" Brandon Marshall gets the ball.

"I’m sure (defenses are) paying attention to him; they were paying attention to him last year," Bowles said. "We just have to find better ways to get him the ball." Marshall does have 27 targets through three games, but he has caught just 12 of those for 160 yards and, most concerningly, zero touchdowns. Marshall places the blame on the offense "trying to be scientists" instead of just playing. With Eric Decker looking likely to miss some time with a shoulder injury, Marshall will have to be more effective moving forward.
Source: ESPN
Sep 29 - 10:56 AM

Brandon Marshall (knee, foot) got in a full practice Wednesday.

Marshall only managed 27 yards in a horrendous day for the passing game Sunday, but he did not look any worse for wear. This full practice confirms he escaped the game without suffering any setbacks. He will play this week, and with Eric Decker looking likely to miss, Marshall should see a ton of targets. Even in a tough matchup with the Seahawks, he will remain a solid WR2.
Sep 29 - 9:28 AM

Brandon Marshall hauled in 3-of-8 targets for 27 yards Week 3 against the Chiefs.

Marshall sat out a few snaps, but he did not seem particularly limited by the knee injury which kept him out of practice most of the week. He was not given a chance on most of his targets, dropped another, and was questionably ruled out of bounds on a one-handed grab in the end zone in the second half. That catch would have made his fantasy day look a lot better, but the reality is no one on the Jets played well enough to deserve a good fantasy day. Marshall should play next week, but he has another tough date with the Seahawks.
Sep 25 - 7:42 PM

Brandon Marshall (knee, foot) is officially active for Week 3 against the Chiefs.

Marshall is expected to be on a snap count, but he should see plenty of work on third downs and especially in the red zone. Those high-value snaps keep him in the WR2 conversation despite the limited work. New York declared ILB Erin Henderson, QB Bryce Petty, QB Christian Hackenberg, RB Troymaine Pope, CB Darryl Roberts, LB Mike Catapano, and OT Brandon Shell inactive for Week 3.
Sep 25 - 3:01 PM

ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini believes Brandon Marshall (knee, foot) could be used situationally Week 3 against the Chiefs.

Adam Schefter reported earlier Sunday Marshall would be on a snap count, so it would make sense to use him primarily on third downs and in the red zone. Cimini also floats the idea Marshall could be a decoy to occupy Marcus Peters. Even with Marshall active, Eric Decker and Quincy Enunwa should see a bump in targets.
Source: ESPN
Sep 25 - 10:01 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Brandon Marshall (knee/foot) is expected to play at Kansas City, but he will be on a snap count.

Schefter also tweeted something about the weather in Kansas City being "bad," although has Arrowhead experiencing a 0-15 percent chance of rain with mild winds (8-10 MPH) and temperatures in the 70s during Sunday's game. We're not concerned about the weather at all. The snap-count concern should downgrade Marshall from a WR1 to a WR2/3, but snap counts do have a tendency to be thrown to the wind if a player starts hot. Schefter reported Marshall's knee "felt much better" on Saturday.
Sep 25 - 7:54 AM

ESPN New York expects Brandon Marshall (questionable, knee/foot) to play Sunday.

Marshall only got in one limited practice, but the missed reps aren't a huge concern to his Week 3 status. Marshall clearly isn't fully healthy despite playing through his knee injury last week and remains a game-time decision. He's trending toward being active.
Sep 24 - 9:27 PM

Depth Charts

Skill Players
QB1Ryan Fitzpatrick
2Geno Smith
3Bryce Petty
4Christian Hackenberg
RB1Matt Forte
2Bilal Powell
3Troymaine Pope
GLB1Matt Forte
2Bilal Powell
3RB1Bilal Powell
2Matt Forte
WR11Brandon Marshall
2Robby Anderson
3Charone Peake
WR21Quincy Enunwa
2Jalin Marshall
3Devin Smith
WR31Robby Anderson
TE1Austin Seferian-Jenkins
2Kellen Davis
3Brandon Bostick
4Braedon Bowman
LT1Ryan Clady
2Brandon Shell
LG1James Carpenter
C1Nick Mangold
2Wesley Johnson
RG1Brian Winters
2Dakota Dozier
RT1Brent Qvale
2Ben Ijalana
3Breno Giacomini
K1Nick Folk