Seahawks' Brandon Marshall: Quiet in preseason debut
Marshall was targeted on a quick out on third down in the second quarter, but the ball went through his hands. He also drew a pass interference penalty on a deep throw on Seattle's second series. Marshall is competing for one of the last wide receiver spots. He's not fast, and he's still getting into shape coming off an injury, but at 6-foot-5, he has more size than any of his competitors. Marshall needs a big game in next Friday's exhibition versus the Vikings.
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