The Steelers activated Marsh (undisclosed) off the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday.
Marsh spent less than a week on the COVID-19 list after having been placed there last Saturday. The depth linebacker will now be available for Sunday's wild-card game against the Browns.
Marsh (undisclosed) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports.
Marsh joined the Steelers in early December and has two tackles in his lone game appearance with the team. The 28-year-old will be unavailable for the final game of the regular season while going through the COVID-19 protocols.
The Steelers signed Marsh to the active roster Wednesday.
Marsh has played seven games this season, four with the Jaguars and three with the Colts. He was on the Colts' practice squad when the Steelers came calling, The veteran linebacker will add crucial depth for the Steelers following news that Bud Dupree (torn ACL) has been ruled out for the season.
Marsh reverted to the Colts' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
The 2014 fourth-round draft choice of Seattle has been active for each of the Colts' past three games, collecting five total tackles and a forced fumble over 32 defensive snaps in that span. Marsh registered a combined eight sacks for San Francisco and Arizona between 2018 and 2019, but he's been blanked in that column this season over seven appearances for Indianapolis and Jacksonville.
Marsh was elevated to the Colts' 53-man roster from the team's practice squad Thursday.
Heading into a Thursday night matchup against the Titans, Indianapolis has elected to bolster its linebacking corps with the addition of Marsh. The 28-year-old has made four appearances this season, all for division-rival Jacksonville, but he now prepares for his Colts debut after joining the team's practice squad Oct. 24. Marsh has suited up for 88 career games in the NFL, compiling a total of 168 tackles and 14 sacks.
The Jaguars released Marsh on Thursday.
Following the trade to acquire fellow linebacker Kamalei Correa, the team elected to clear the roster spot by ushering Marsh out. Marsh racked up nine tackles (seven solo) across four games this season, so he will look to provide depth elsewhere across the league now that he's a free agent.
Marsh signed a one-year contract with the Jaguars on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
The contract includes $600,000 in guaranteed money. Marsh has eight sacks over the last two seasons and will hope to bring some pass-rushing success to Jacksonville after toiling away for a trio of NFC West clubs in addition to a cup of coffee with the Patriots.
Marsh (concussion) is active for Thursday's tilt against the 49ers, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Marsh appears to have managed to clear the league's five-step concussion protocol in just four days. He stands to play a rotational role in Arizona's linebacker corps during Thursday Night Football.
Marsh won't return to Sunday's game against the Saints and is being evaluated for a concussion, Craig Grialou of 98.7 FM Arizona reports.
It's unclear how Marsh picked up the injury, but he will enter the league's mandated concussion protocol. Marsh will need to gain clearance before returning to the field for next week, but now that he's officially out, Brooks Reed is the only healthy depth outside linebacker on the roster.
Marsh signed a contract with the Cardinals on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Marsh was let go by Seattle as the team acquired Jadeveon Clowney, but he'll make another move within the NFC West after being released by the 49ers in March. The 27-year-old had a career year in 2018 with 38 tackles (27 solo) and 5.5 sacks with San Francisco.
Marsh signed a one-year contract with the Seahawks on Thursday, Brady Henderson of ESPN reports.
Marsh will stay within the NFC West after being let go by the 49ers last month, returning to the team that spent a fourth-round pick on him back in 2014. The 26-year-old registered 27 tackles and 5.5 sacks in 16 games with San Francisco in 2018 and should provide Seattle with depth on the edge behind Frank Clark.
Marsh was released by the 49ers on Friday.
Marsh appeared in all 16 games in San Francisco last season with three starts. He logged 37 tackles, 5.5 sacks and one fumble recovery over that span. The 25-year-old pass rusher will now look to earn a rotational role elsewhere in the league.
Marsh finished the season with 38 tackles (27 solo) with 5.5 sacks in 16 games.
Marsh's 5.5 sacks were the highest total he has recorded as a pro, and they were good enough to finish second amongst all 49ers defensive players. The 25-year-old's usage as a situational pass rusher limited his tackle contributions, thus capping his value as a consistent IDP contributor. Marsh is under contract for the 2019 season, and his roster spot seems fairly safe given the team's inability to generate a pass rush from the outside.
Marsh had three tackles (two solo) and two sacks in Sunday's 14-9 loss to the Bears.
Marsh has been feast or famine for much of the season, as he now has 5.5 sacks, 2.5 of which came Week 9 at Oakland. The 26-year-old played 29 of 64 defensive snaps Sunday while continuing to serve in a rotational role at defensive end.
Marsh (concussion) is active for Sunday's game versus the Seahawks.
Marsh cleared the league's concussion protocol and will return to his situational role on the 49ers defensive front behind Solomon Thomas. The fifth-year pro has 3.5 sacks in 13 games and holds limited IDP value.
Marsh (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Seahawks, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Marsh was forced out of Week 14's game against the Broncos and landed in the league's concussion protocol. Although he's not a starter, Marsh plays a respectable role in the 49ers defense by averaging 35 defensive snaps per game. Ronald Blair will see an uptick in usage if Marsh can't go.
Marsh has entered the league's concussion protocol, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
It's unclear exactly as to where Marsh obtained the injury, but there's a chance he'll be forced to miss next week's game. Given the nature of the league's stance on head injuries, Marsh will have to prove beyond all doubt that he is symptom-free before he can make a return to the gridiron.
Marsh had four tackles (three solo) and 2.5 sacks in Thursday's 34-3 win over Oakland.
Marsh was a force off the edge against a Raiders offensive line that was without tackle Donald Penn, setting a new career high in sacks. The 26-year-old had just one sack coming into Thursday's contest, and his situational role limits his upside as an IDP option despite the career day.
Marsh (groin) was active for Thursday's preseason opener, recording a tackle in limited action.
Marsh is expected to be used as a pass-rush specialist and special teams contributor with the 49ers after inking a two-year extension this past offseason. The 24-year-old recorded three sacks in a similar role with both the Patriots and 49ers in 2017.
Marsh exited practice early Friday due to a groin injury, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The extent of Marsh's injury hasn't been revealed, so it's best to consider him day-to-day unless something suggests otherwise. Assuming the issue doesn't cost him regular-season action, Marsh should rotate in on the defensive line for the 49ers in 2018 after playing a career-high 457 defensive snaps last season.
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