Marshall (suspension) was waived by the Jets on Thursday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Marshall spent the 2015 season with the Jaguars before spending last year with the Jets. He was merely a depth option for New York, appearing in eight games and recording five combined tackles. Marshall was recently suspended for the first four games of this coming season due to a violation of the league's performance-enhancing substances policy, which was likely another reason why he was cut.
Marshall was suspended Friday for the first four games of the regular season due to a violation of the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Marshall, who played eight games for the Jets last year, will still be eligible to participate in all offseason activities and preseason games, but his punishment could really hurt his chances of making New York's regular-season roster.
Marshall (hamstring) is inactive Sunday against the Bills.
This is the first absence for Marshall due to his current hamstring injury. The 24-year-old has only played special teams this season, so his absence won't open up much playing time for his fellow teammates.
Marshall (hamstring) did not participate in Wednesday's practice.
The extent of Marshall's injury isn't clear. Look for his involvement in practice Thursday and Friday to clear up his status for Sunday's season finale against the Bills.
Marshall (ankle) does not appear on the Jets' injury report in advance of Monday night's game against the Colts, ESPN reports.
Marshall missed last week's matchup with the Patriots due to a sprained ankle, but was a full participant in Saturday's practice and is in line to play Monday night, barring a setback prior to kickoff.
Marshall (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's tilt against the Patriots.
Marshall's high-ankle sprain will keep him sidelined in Week 12 along with fellow cornerback Marcus Williams, who's dealing with the same injury. With less depth in the secondary on Sunday, Darrelle Revis and Buster Skrine will be busy as the starting corners.
Marshall is currently suffering from a high-ankle sprain, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
The injury occurred in Sunday's loss to the Rams. The 24-year-old recorded one tackle during the contest. It is unclear how long, if at all, the 24-year-old is expected to be sidelined. Dexter McDougle and Darryl Roberts could see increased minutes providing cornerback depth if Marshall misses any time.
Marshall was acquired by the Jets off the Jaguars' practice squad Wednesday.
Marshall is coming off a season where he appeared in 13 games with Jacksonville, recording a total of nine sacks on the year. He also served as the Jaguars' primary kickoff return man, where he averaged 26.6 yards per return. So, while he likely won't see much time on the field at cornerback, he has shown some promise in contributing on special teams.
Marshall (ankle) did not practice Saturday, John Oehser of Jaguars.com reports.
The severity of Marshall's ankle injury is a bit unclear at this point, but he was held out of the Jaguars' practice Saturday as a precaution. He's buried on the team's depth chart at cornerback, so he'll have to battle throughout the rest of training camp for a more prominent role.
Jaguars defensive back Nick Marshall will return punts this week against the Colts, the Florida Times-Union reports.
The Jaguars had been using rookie Rashad Greene on punt returns, but he was placed on short-term injured reserve prior to Week 3 against the Patriots. New England never had to punt in that game, so we never saw Greene's replacement. Marshall is a rookie who did some returning in the preseason.
The Jaguars announced they will sign nine rookie undrafted free agents, including former Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall.
Marshall will move to cornerback as a professional football player.
As Auburn's starting quarterback in 2014, he threw for 2,532 yards and 20 touchdowns. In 2013, Marshall led the Tigers to the BCS National Championship, where Auburn lost to Florida State.
Marshall has some experience with the Jaguars. At the Senior Bowl, where he played as a corner, he was coached by the Jaguars' coaching staff.
The Jaguars will also bring in Miami linebacker Thurston Armbrister , Syracuse defensive tackle Eric Crume , Auburn running back Corey Grant , Oregon State tight end Connor Hamlett , Minnesota-Mankato guard Chris Reed, Maryland linebacker Matt Robinson , Pittsburgh linebacker Todd Thomas and Kansas State quarterback Jake Waters .
While Marshall will not start the season opener against Arkansas, he continues to split first-team reps with backup Jeremy Johnson, AL.com reports.For what it's worth, Johnson has not even been told he's starting yet. Marshall is expected to play against Arkansas, but the length of his benching is unknown at this point.
Marshall, who was cited for marijuana possession in July, won't start for Auburn in their opener against Arkansas, but he will play, The Huntsville Times reports.The exact extent of his punishment is still unknown, but it seems clear that Marshall will be able to amount some time on the field against Arkansas. He enters the 2014 season as a legitimate Heisman candidate and should be highly sought after in terms of fantasy, especially since his punishment won't be that severe.
Marshall was cited for marijuana possession Friday, USA Today reports.Marshall is entering the 2014 season as a legitimate Heisman candidate. It's still unclear if this run in with the law will affect his status for fall competition, but the Tigers' opening game versus Arkansas lurks in the balance if he is indeed punished.
Marshall completed 15-of-26 passes for 229 yards and one touchdown against Georgia on Saturday while running for 89 yards and two touchdowns.Marshall had a rough start to the season, but he's really come to life lately as Auburn's starting quarterback, and he's clearly got things figured out. He's up to 823 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground in 10 games to go along with 1,530 yards (8.3 YPA), nine touchdowns and five interceptions. Unfortunately, he might struggle against Alabama.
Marshall (shoulder) completed 7-of-8 passes for 118 yards and a touchdown against Arkansas on Saturday while running for 59 yards.Tre Mason almost single-handedly carries the Auburn offense Saturday, running for 168 yards and four scores, so Marshall didn't need to do much. He should be busier against Tennessee.
Marshall (shoulder) is expected to play against Arkansas on Saturday, WBRC Fox 6 Birmingham reports.Marshall left Saturday's blowout victory against Florida Atlantic due to the injury, but it sounds like his absence was largely precautionary. Marshall's fantasy appeal might be a bit limited against Arkansas, in any case, because Arkansas' pass rush might subtract yardage from Marshall's rushing totals.
Marshall completed 11-of-23 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns against Texas A&M on Saturday while running for 100 yards and two touchdowns.Marshall made a variety of huge plays in Auburn's big upset, and he's clearly making progress as a quarterback. While he'll probably always be an average passer at best, his running skills are really shining through. He's probably a high-floor, low-ceiling option in a likely blowout against Florida Atlantic, though.
Coach Gus Malzahn told reporters Tuesday that Nick Marshall, who suffered a minor knee injury two weeks ago, will once again start at quarterback this Saturday as Auburn travels to College Station to take on Texas A&M, ESPN.com reports.
Marshall (knee) practiced fully Sunday, al.com reports.Marshall is expected to return to his starting role as Auburn takes on Texas A&M. Backup and high-ranking freshman Jeremy Johnson could see the field if Marshall struggles, though. Johnson looks like a clear upgrade as a passer after throwing four touchdowns in place of Marshall on Saturday.