Brandon Marshall is starting to draw interest. The veteran linebacker was recently cut by the Raiders, and now he has his first visit line up.
The Texans will host Marshall for a workout, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle (Twitter link). The workout will happen on Tuesday. Marshall originally entered the league as a fifth-round pick with the Jaguars back in 2012. After bouncing between their active roster and practice squad, Marshall was scooped up by the Broncos. Marshall spent the next six seasons in Denver, and became a big part of their defense.
From 2014-2017, Marshall started almost every game for the Broncos. He won Super Bowl 50 with the team, but then began to fall out of favor with the front office. Last season he appeared in only 11 games and made seven starts, and after the season the Broncos informed him they weren’t picking up his option for 2019. He got a one-year deal worth up to $4.1MM from the Raiders, but failed to make the team.
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