The Colts worked out wide receiver Brandon Marshall on Friday, according to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter (on Twitter). The 35-year-old hasn’t been on the NFL radar much lately, but he’s interested in extending his career and the Colts may be willing to give him a shot.
Marshall has appeared in a grand total of eleven games for the Giants and Seahawks over the last two seasons, with little in the way of results. Injuries and age have chipped away at a once very strong career, and Marshall did not take the field during his brief stint with the Saints in 2018.
Marshall is a six-time Pro Bowler, but he hasn’t played at an elite level since the 2015 season in which he posted 109 receptions, 1,502 yards, and a league-leading 14 touchdowns for the Jets. He also hasn’t played in a playoff game in his 13-year career, so he’s eager to change that.
For now, the Colts’ WR depth chart is headlined by T.Y. Hilton, Devin Funchess, Chester Rogers, and second-round draft pick Parris Campbell. Deon Cain, Zach Pascal, Roger Lewis, and Marcus Johnson are also fighting to capture the final one or two slots.