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Schefter: Jets to Release Brandon Marshall

Adam Schefter has tweeted that the Jets are going to release Brandon Marshall. The move will save the Jets another 7.5 million against the cap.

Marshall, who will turn 33 later this month, played for the Jets for two seasons. It really was a tale of two seasons. In 2015 he had 1502 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns. Last season he struggled, as did the entire Jets offense, and he caught 50 less passes for a disappointing 788 yards.

Marshall has over 12,000 receiving yards in his career. At one point he said the Jets would be his last team, but we will soon see if he looks to catch on with a contender. One thing that has alluded Marshall throughout his playing career has been the playoffs. Despite having 8 seasons with over 1,000 receiving yards for the Jets, Bears, Dolphins and Broncos, he has never been in the postseason.

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