Left Menu
Development News Edition

Seahawks release WR Marshall

The Seattle Seahawks released wide receiver Brandon Marshall on Tuesday, according to multiple reports.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Marshall "absolutely" wants to continue playing.

Marshall was signed last spring and began the season as a starter, but the 34-year-old struggled to gain separation from defensive backs and slid down the depth chart. He played only two snaps in Sunday's win at the Detroit Lions, while David Moore has ascended into a starting role.

Marshall has 11 catches on 23 targets for 136 yards and one touchdown this season. He signed with the New York Giants in 2017, but played in only five games due to a season-ending ankle injury, finishing with 18 catches for 154 yards and no touchdowns.

In his career, Marshall has 970 catches for 12,351 yards and 83 touchdowns. The former Central Florida star spent his first four seasons with the Denver Broncos before playing two years for the Miami Dolphins in 2010-11.

Marshall played for the Chicago Bears from 2012-14 before moving on to the New York Jets for two seasons.

--Field Level Media

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)



What happens to your outstanding loans if the bank falls?

... ...

Time for a change! Innovations to stop the growing plastic pollution

As the planet is drowning in plastic pollution, many new innovative approaches and solutions have emerged to effectively deal with the menace....

How to avoid fake universities and fishing bait like Farmington

As education sharks are roaming around to prey, we present a guide on how to mitigate hunters and reach to a genuine universityinstitute. In this era of commercialization of education, the fake universities and economic frauds in educationa...

How India is being pushed towards commercialization of higher education

The reluctance of the present dispensation in pushing the higher education towards commercialization is not just limited to the fees hike in Jawaharlal Nehru University JNU. It seems the government is gradually implementing a plan which is ...


Latest News

Uber says received more-than 3,000 reports of sexual assault in U.S. in 2018

Ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies Inc on Thursday said it had received more than 3,000 reports of sexual assault, including rape, related to its trips in the United States in 2018, at a time when it operated roughly 1.3 billion rides.Uber...

23 kidnapped from Mexican rehab clinic

Gunmen kidnapped 23 people from a rehabilitation clinic for drug addicts in central Mexico, later freeing 13 of them, some with injuries, officials said Thursday. Witnesses said the large group of gunmen arrived at the rehab clinic in Irapu...

U.S. Uighur bill's threat to surveillance economy puts China on offensive

China reacted angrily to President Donald Trumps approval of legislation supporting Hong Kong protesters last month, but movement on another congressional bill, backing Uighur Muslims in Chinas northwest, has cut even closer to the bone and...

UPDATE 2-Soccer-Arsenal slump to first home defeat by Brighton

Arsenal lost to Brighton Hove Albion at home for the first time ever on Thursday night as goals by Adam Webster and Neal Maupay lifted the visitors to a 2-1 victory in the Premier League. Arsenal, who fired Unai Emery as manager last week ...

Give Feedback