Brandon Marshall

#15 WR / N.Y. Giants / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 232 lb Age: 33 College: UCF Bye 8

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  • Giants' Brandon Marshall: No plans to retire
    By RotoWire Staff

    Marshall said Saturday that he has no intention of retiring after the Giants placed him on injured reserve Tuesday after he required season-ending surgery to stabilize his left ankle, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. "I'm a competitor, and I don't want to go out like that," Marshall said. "I'm definitely not going out like that." Though he'll turn 34 years old in March and faces a lengthy rehab from the surgery, Marshall's comments suggest he's already preparing for a 13th NFL season. He'll enter the final year of his contract with the Giants in 2018 and may need to prove he's healthy in training camp in order to avoid being cut by the team leading up to the season.

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  • Giants' Brandon Marshall: Lands on injured reserve
    By RotoWire Staff

    Marshall (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. The roster move comes after Marshall underwent season-ending surgery Tuesday to stabilize his left ankle, which he injured in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. Along with Marshall, Odell Beckham (ankle) and Dwayne Harris (foot) suffered season-ending injures Sunday and were moved to IR, resulting in the Giants bringing aboard three relatively unproven receivers (Tavarres King, Travis Rudolph and Ed Eagan) to fill out their ranks. All three players should have a chance at staking claims to targets in the Week 6 matchup with the Broncos, especially if Sterling Shepard (ankle), the new top wideout on the depth chart, is unable to suit up.

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  • Giants' Brandon Marshall: Surgery set for Tuesday
    By RotoWire Staff

    The Giants confirmed that Marshall would undergo season-ending surgery Tuesday to stabilize his left ankle, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. The team had previously announced Monday that Marshall would require further testing on the left ankle injury he sustained in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, but the veteran wideout relayed later that day via his personal Instagram account that he would need surgery that would spell an end to his first campaign with the Giants. The Giants, who moved Odell Beckham (ankle) and Dwayne Harris (foot) to injured reserve Monday with both requiring surgeries of their own, are expected to do the same with Marshall later this week to create more roster flexibility. The team has already signed Tavarres King and Travis Rudolph to bolster its dwindling depth at receiver, and King in particular could play a prominent role for the Giants in their Week 6 matchup with the Broncos. Along with Sterling Shepard (ankle), who looks questionable for Sunday's game, and Roger Lewis, King is listed as a starter on the Giants' unofficial Week 6 depth chart, according to Stapleton.

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  • Marshall announced via his personal Instagram account Monday that he'll require season-ending surgery on his left ankle. Marshall's announcement ends a nightmare weekend for the Giants that saw them lose three receivers for the remainder of the season. His first season with the Giants was underwhelming to say the least, as the veteran pass catcher recorded just 18 receptions for 154 yards and no touchdowns through five games. Sterling Shepard (ankle) will presumably act as the team's top wideout by default going forward, while Roger Lewis and newly signed Tavarres King and Travis Rudolph should all see increased roles as well.

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  • Marshall, who sprained his left ankle in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, will undergo further testing Monday before a timetable for his return is established. Marshall was one of four Giants wideouts who departed Sunday's game early with an injury, and his status appears to be the murkiest of the lot. The team announced that top wideout Odell Beckham (ankle) and slot man/kick returner Dwayne Harris (foot) will both require surgery that could end their seasons, while Sterling Shepard (ankle) was labeled day-to-day. The Giants are hopeful to have a better idea about the extent of Marshall's injury after the tests are conducted, leaving his status for a Week 6 matchup with the Broncos in limbo. If Marshall's ankle issue proves to be more of a short-term concern, he could see his role in the Giants offense increase in subsequent weeks, as Beckham's expected absence would leave a lot of volume up for grabs in the team's passing attack. Beckham had been targeted on 36 of quarterback Eli Manning's 132 passes (27.2 percent) the last three games.

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