Seahawks Sign Brandon Marshall To One-Year Deal

Brandon Marshall finally finds his next NFL team

Brandon Marshall finally finds his next NFL team

Marshall, 34, gives Seattle a big body alongside Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett, not to mention more than a decade of National Football League experience.

The contract is a one-year deal worth a maximum of $2 million, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.

Former Denver Broncos coach Josh McDaniels traded wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Miami Dolphins in 2009.

Russell Wilson will have another veteran target available this fall. The 34-year-old was disappointing with the Giants, playing in just five games and securing just 18 receptions for 154 yards.

Brandon Marshall, who with one week left before the 2018 National Football League draft was released by the New York Giants, has signed with a new team.

Marshall joins a Seahawks receiving corps that includes Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett and Marcus Johnson. His total of 82 touchdowns is sixth among all active players, including running backs, receivers and tight ends.

He is three years removed from being a second-team All-Pro in 2015, when he caught 109 passes and 14 touchdowns with the New York Jets. Others on the depth chart include: Marcus Johnson, a 23-year-old with five career receptions; David Moore, a seventh-round pick last year; Damore'ea Stringfellow, a 2017 undrafted free agent yet to play an National Football League snap; and Keenan Reynolds, a former Navy quarterback also yet to see regular season action in the NFL.

While he might not be able to replicate this type of success in Seattle, he can still make a significant impact on the field if he can stay healthy.

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