The Raiders released Marshall on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The 29-year-old linebacker signed an incentive-heavy contract in March, hoping to compete for a starting job. Marshall at least gets some time to try to find a new team before Week 1.
Marshall returned to the practice field at training camp Saturday, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
Marshall, who missed a batch of workouts earlier in the offseason, should be at full strength throughout the preseason as he enters his eighth year in the league. It'll be his first with the Raiders, however, and he'll battle Jason Cabinda for the starting spot at middle linebacker.
Marshall's one-year contract with Oakland has a base value of $1.1 million, with $350,000 guaranteed and up to $3 million available via incentives, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
The contract suggests Marshall is expected to stick on the 53-man roster but won't be handed a starting job. He'll compete for snaps in a linebacker group that includes Tahir Whitehead, Vontaze Burfict, Marquel Lee, Nicholas Morrow and Jason Cabinda. There should ultimately be at least one serviceable IDP among the bunch, but it's tough to say which player(s) will emerge. Whitehead led the Raiders in defensive snaps (1,025) and tackles (126) last season, but Marshall and Burfict were better players before injuries derailed their careers. Marshall was healthy at the end of 2018 and will turn 30 in September.
Marshall signed a one-year, $4.1 million deal with the Raiders on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Marshall comes to Oakland to form an interesting linebacking corps that otherwise includes Tahir Whitehead and ex-Bengal Vontaze Burfict. However, it's not clear who will take on the primary middle linebacker role in this system, making it hard to guess whether Marshall can return to his 100-tackle ways with the Raiders in 2019. The seven-year pro topped 102 tackles in all three seasons in which he's played at least 14 games.
Marshall has scheduled a visit with the Raiders for Thursday, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports.
The Broncos declined to exercise Marshall's contract option for 2019, allowing him to test the waters of free agency. The 29-year-old was banged up through 2018, but is only one season removed from racking up 106 tackles (75 solo), three sacks, one forced fumble and a touchdown. Oakland could completely revamp its linebacking corps by signing Marshall, as they already signed Vontaze Burfict this offseason.
The Broncos told Marshall they won't exercise his contract option for 2019, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Marshall handled most of Denver's defensive snaps through the first seven games of the 2018 campaign, but he never regained his starting job after a Week 8 knee injury led to five consecutive absences. While he's undoubtedly declined from his 2014-15 peak, Marshall is 29 years old and just two seasons removed from a 106-tackle, three-sack campaign as a 16-game starter in 2017. He should at least find a chance to compete for a starting job, while Denver figures to move forward with Josey Jewell and/or an offseason acquisition next to Todd Davis at inside linebacker. It doesn't seem especially likely, but the Broncos haven't ruled out the possibility of re-signing Marshall if he's willing to accept a smaller contract, per Mike Klis of 9News Denver.
Marshall (knee) doesn't possess an injury designation for Monday's game against the Raiders, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.
While Marshall was a limited participant both Thursday and Friday, it seemed pretty clear that he would dress for the contest after doing so in Week 15. He should resume his duties as a starting inside linebacker.
Marshall (knee) was removed from the Broncos' injury report ahead of Saturday's tilt against the Browns, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Marshall was able to return to full participation in practice Thursday, so he'll take the field Saturday in what will be his first game action since suffering a knee injury Week 8 against the Chiefs. Rookie Josey Jewell could see a slight decrease in snap count with Marshall returning to his usual role as a starting inside linebacker.
Marshall (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game at San Francisco.
Marshall was listed as questionable, but it was reported Sunday morning that he wasn't expected to suit up. The 29-year-old hasn't seen the field since sustaining the knee injury Week 8 at Kansas City. Josey Jewell and Joseph Jones should continue to help fill the void at inside linebacker for the Broncos.
Marshall (knee) isn't expected to suit up for Sunday's game versus the 49ers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Marshall was given a questionable tag, but it appears he couldn't shake his injury after he practiced in a limited fashion all week. If he does sit out, expect a mix of Josey Jewell and Joseph Jones to cover Marshall's absence. The final verdict on Marshall's status will come when the inactives report is released at 2:35 ET.
Marshall (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.
Marshall was a limited practice participant this week and appears on track to make his return after missing the last four games with a knee bruise. The 29-year-old's potential return should provide a boost to a Broncos defense that is without linebacker Shaquil Barrett (knee), cornerbacks Chris Harris (lower leg) and Tramaine Brock (ribs).
Marshall (knee) is expected to play against the 49ers on Sunday, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.
Marshall is on track to suit up for the first time since Week 8. The veteran linebacker may have to fully return to practice before retaking the field, but all signs point towards Marshall returning to the starting lineup Sunday in San Francisco.
Marshall (knee) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Bengals.
Marshall is out the the fourth consecutive game despite being limited in practice this week. The team is looking for him to log a full practice session to be sure he isn't at risk of re-injury. Josey Jewell will figure to draw another start in place of Marshall on Sunday.
Marshall (knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, is unlikely to play, a source told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
After missing the Broncos' previous three contests, Marshall practiced Wednesday through Friday on a limited basis, but the Broncos may want to see him turn in a full session before signing off on his return to game action. If Marshall is sidelined again Sunday, Josey Jewell would likely pick up another start at inside linebacker.
Marshall (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Bengals, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Marshall practiced in a limited capacity each day this week. The Nevada product has missed each of the Broncos' last three games. If Marshall misses his fourth straight contest Sunday, Keishawn Bierria and Josey Jewell could see more work.
Marshall (knee) returned to practice Wednesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
This is his first participation of any kind since he suffered a bone bruise in his knee during a Week 8 loss to the Chiefs. While still an important part of the Denver defense, Marshall has faded from relevance in the IDP universe, notching just 33 tackles across 385 snaps in eight games. With Todd Davis seemingly locked in as the team's top inside linebacker, Marshall may ultimately find himself splitting snaps with rookie Josey Jewell. It's unclear if the 29-year-old linebacker will be ready to return for Sunday's game in Cincinnati.
Marshall (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Marshall will remain sidelined as he continues to manage his recovery from a bone bruise in his knee suffered Week 8. The veteran linebacker's lack of availability should once again propel Josey Jewell into the starting lineup.
Marshall (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Marshall has yet to participate in practice since suffering a bone bruise in his knee Week 8. The veteran linebacker's Week 12 availability seems uncertain, and it's likely that Marshall will need to practice on at least a limited basis before returning to the field. If Marshall is unable to play against the Steelers on Sunday, Josey Jewell will benefit from an uptick in defensive snaps.
Marshall (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Marshall will miss his second straight game while continuing to deal with a bone bruise in his knee, as the Broncos' Week 10 bye apparently provided insufficient recovery time. Josey Jewell should again see an increased role at inside linebacker for Denver.
Marshall (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.
Marshall continues to manage his recovery from a bone bruise and was unable to fully return to health during the Broncos' bye week. It seems likely that the veteran linebacker will need to log at least a limited participation in practice before returning to the field, so Marshall's availability for Week 11 is currently uncertain. If Marshall remains sidelined during Sunday's game against the Chargers, Josey Jewell will benefit from an uptick in defensive snaps.
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