Brandon Marshall
Brandon Marshall
30-Year-Old LinebackerLB
 Free Agent  
Free Agent
2020 Fantasy Outlook
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$Released by the Raiders in November of 2019.
Visits with Texans
LBFree Agent
August 6, 2020
Marshall visited with the Texans on Thursday, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
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Marshall underwent a physical and COVID-19 testing with the team but remains unsigned for now. The veteran linebacker underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in January but has since made a full recovery.
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Measurables Review
How do Brandon Marshall's measurables compare to other linebackers?
This section compares his draft workout metrics with players at the same position. The bar represents the player's percentile rank. For example, if the bar is halfway across, then the player falls into the 50th percentile for that metric and it would be considered average.
Height
6' 1"
 
Weight
250 lbs
 
40-Yard Dash
4.52 sec
 
Shuttle Time
4.31 sec
 
Cone Drill
6.96 sec
 
Vertical Jump
37.0 in
 
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
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After collecting at least 101 tackles in three of four seasons from 2014-2017 with the Broncos, Marshall's production took a hit last season as he missed Weeks 9-14 due to a significant bone bruise in his knee. The inside linebacker returned to 83 total defensive snaps over Denver's final three contests, but Marshall was ultimately shown the door before signing with the Raiders this offseason. Oakland also signed former Bengal Vontaze Burfict, so the pair of newcomers will compete for snaps with fellow linebackers Tahir Whitehead, Marquel Lee, Jason Cabinda and Nicholas Morrow.
Marshall remains Denver's most complete inside linebacker, wrapping up 2017 with his third 100-tackle season in four years and leading the team's linebacking corps with four passes defensed. He's recently stated that he plans to play this season under 230 pounds in order to keep light and stay with opposing tight ends in coverage. He'll also need to remain fast to keep in front of a pair of newcomers. After years of not investing draft capital on inside linebacker, Denver spent two Day 3 picks on the position this season. It would be cost prohibitive to cut Marshall prior to this season, but that dead-cap cost drops to $4 million in 2019 and $2 million in 2020.
It's anyone's guess what the exact look of the Denver defense will be now that Wade Phillips is in Los Angeles, but Marshall should in any case remain the Broncos' best inside linebacker. That should ensure a high snap count, and a high enough snap count in any scheme should ensure a triple-digit tackle output over 16 games. There's otherwise nothing remarkable in Marshall's profile -- his career high for tackles is 112 and he's never exceeded two sacks or one interception in a season -- but a sound tackle floor should carry his IDP utility.
Particularly with Trevathan in Chicago, Marshall is Wade Phillips' most trusted inside linebacker in Denver, which almost by default grants him LB2 status in IDP formats. In his two years as a starter in Denver, Marshall has 214 tackles to his credit despite logging a modest total of 1,784 defensive snaps in that span. He doesn't appear to have major upside, but with Trevathan gone Marshall could see his first 1,000-snap season for Denver, in which case he should log a career-high in tackles. Marshall's offseason finger surgery is not a serious concern.
With Danny Trevathan (knee) out for most of the year, Marshall stepped up as Denver's top inside linebacker in 2014, surpassing triple-digit tackles in just 870 snaps. With Denver switching to a 3-4 this year, Marshall and Trevathan will both be on the field as inside linebackers in Wade Phillips' defense. Phillips has a history of dialing up blitzes for his inside linebackers, making Marshall a good bet to increase his two sacks from last year. The only concern is his recovery from a March foot surgery, but he is expected to be ready for training camp.
Marshall will primarily provide depth at linebacker this year while playing behind Von Miller, who is still recovering from a torn ACL. Miller is expected to be back by Week 1, but if he's not fully healthy, Marshall could grab some extra snaps early in the season.
Marshall will add depth at the linebacker spot and is also likely to contribute on special teams. He's reportedly made some strides this offseason, so there is a chance he could even challenge Geno Hayes for a starting spot.
Marshall will likely take on a depth and special teams role in his rookie season.
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Let go by Oakland
LBFree Agent
November 4, 2019
Marshall was waived by the Raiders on Monday, Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune reports.
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Re-signs with Oakland
LBOakland Raiders
October 29, 2019
Marshall signed with the Raiders on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
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Cut by Oakland
LBFree Agent
August 30, 2019
The Raiders released Marshall on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
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Participant in training camp
LBOakland Raiders
July 27, 2019
Marshall returned to the practice field at training camp Saturday, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
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Gets incentive-laden contract
LBOakland Raiders
April 2, 2019
Marshall's one-year contract with Oakland has a base value of $1.1 million, with $350,000 guaranteed and up to $3 million available via incentives, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
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