Brandon Marshall Released by New York Jets
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Marshall, 32, spent the last two seasons in New York. A year removed from a Pro Bowl appearance, Marshall posted his worst full-season numbers since his rookie year, finishing with 59 receptions, 788 yards and three touchdowns in 2016.
With Ryan Fitzpatrick posting career-worst numbers and his replacements not doing much better, there was little Marshall could do to make things better. New York quarterbacks threw an NFL-high 25 interceptions and posted the league’s worst quarterback rating (67.6).
The Jets will save $7.5 million by ridding their cap of Marshall’s base salary for 2017,…