For Marshall, the move makes plenty of sense.
A day before the new league year and the opening of free agency, the New York Giants signed the veteran Marshall, who looks to add a fifth franchise to his record of having a 1,000-yard season with four different teams.
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The wide receiver, released by the Jets just last week after a two-season stint with the team, has agreed to a $12 million, two-year deal with the Giants, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Marshall finished last season with just 59 receptions for 788 yards and three touchdowns. He is likely to pursue a media gig after retiring and staying in NY will help him continue to participate in Inside the NFL.
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And people around "Big Blue" are understandably excited, because last year's Jerry Reese free-agency spending spree worked beautifully by bringing in players like Olivier Vernon, Snacks Harrison and Janoris Jenkins, which helped turn a historically bad defense into a top-10 unit. The three-headed monster with the most targets over that span is the 2012 Indianapolis Colts, with Andrew Luck throwing the ball to Reggie Wayne, T.Y. Hilton and Donnie Avery 409 times combined. So, no, a reunion never was a serious possibility. The Giants were able to get a better player in Marshall for $1.5 million less this season. But this time, Marshall won't have to relocate very far. The Giants may already have some offensive fire with Odell Beckham as their wide receiver. The 6-foot-4 Marshall would've provided a welcome complement to their other - shorter - receiver. When Beckham launched into his Cornholio moment (a '90s "Beavis & Butt-Head" reference) while playing Josh Norman, not a single teammate grabbed or corralled him back to sanity. The New York Jets chose to cut him last week, freeing him up to become a free agent.
Whatever his legacy while he was in his 20s, Marshall is a ideal citizen in his 30s, was a gentleman as a Jet and is precisely what the Giants need right now. However, Marshall will get his fair share of targets.
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