Seahawks release WR Marshall
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
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