Brandon Marshall
WR #15
Height:
6-5
Weight:
232
Age:
33
College:
Central Florida
Hometown:
Pittsburgh, PA
Experience:
12

Quick Stats (2016):

REC
59
YDS
788
AVG
13.4
TDS
3

Biography

TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 4th-round (119th pick overall) draft choice by the Denver Broncos in 2006…Traded to the Miami Dolphins for 2nd-round draft choices in 2010 and 2011 on April 14, 2010…Traded to the Chicago Bears for 3rd-round draft choices in 2012 and 2013 on March 13, 2012…Traded to the Jets with a 7th-round choice for a 5th-round choice on March 10, 2015…Released by the Jets on March 3, 2017…Signed as a free agent by the Giants on March 8, 2017.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Marshall has played in 167 regular-season games with 151 starts for Denver, Miami, Chicago, and the Jets…His career totals include 941 receptions for 12,061 yards (12.8-yard avg.), and 82 touchdowns… Among active players entering the 2017 season, Marshall’s 941 catches rank 4th (behind Larry Fitzgerald, Jason Witten, and Anquan Boldin), his 12,061 yards are 3rd (behind Fitzgerald and Boldin), and his 82 touchdown catches tie him with Boldin for 3rd (behind Antonio Gates and Fitzgerald)…Marshall’s 941 receptions place him 18th all-time, and his 12,061 yards are tied for 24th…He has caught more than 100 passes in a season an NFL-record 6 times, including a career-high 118 with the Bears in 2012, when he was selected first-team All-Pro…He is 1 of only 6 players in NFL history to catch at least 100 passes in 3 consecutive seasons (2007-09)…Is the first NFL player to have 100-catch seasons with 3 different teams (Denver, Chicago, and the Jets)…Holds both the Bears (118 in 2012) and Jets (109 in 2015) single-season receptions records…Has averaged 5.6 receptions per game in his career, the 3rd-best average in league history among players with at least 80 games played; he trails Antonio Brown (6.3) and Pro Football Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison (5.8)…Leads all active players with eight 1,000-yard seasons, including a career-best 1,508 yards in 2012…Gained more than 1,000 yards in 7 consecutive seasons from 2007-13…First player in NFL history to have 1,000-yard receiving seasons with 4 different teams…Six-time Pro Bowl selection…On Dec. 13, 2009, Marshall set an NFL single-game record with 21 receptions for Denver against Indianapolis. He is also tied for 3rd on that list with 18 catches for the Broncos vs. San Diego on Sept. 14, 2008 (one of the players he is tied with is Dallas tight end Jason Witten, who caught 18 passes vs. the Giants on Oct. 28, 2012)...Set a Pro Bowl record with 4 touchdown catches to go along with 176 receiving yards on 6 receptions, en route to being named the game’s MVP following the 2011 season.
-    In 2016, started every game in which he played (15) for the 7th consecutive season…Inactive for the season finale vs. Buffalo (1/1) with hip and shoulder injuries…Finished the season with 59 receptions – his lowest total since he caught 20 passes as a rookie in 2006 – for 788 yards and 3 touchdowns…Had season-high totals of 8 catches for 114 yards, and scored 1 touchdown on a 15-yard pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick, at Pittsburgh (10/9)…Recorded 6 receptions for 101 yards at Buffalo (10/15), and 6 catches for 67 yards and 1 touchdown vs. New England (11/27)…Scored 1 touchdown on a 17-yard reception while catching 4 passes for 89 yards vs. Seattle (10/2).
-    In 2015, started all 16 games…Selected to his 6th Pro Bowl and was voted by his teammates as the Curtis Martin Team Most Valuable Player Award winner after recording franchise records with 109 receptions, 1,502 yards receiving and 14 touchdowns, ranking in the top 5 in the NFL in all 3 categories, including tying for the league lead in touchdown catches…With fellow wide receiver Eric Decker, established a new NFL record for most games in which both players scored a touchdown (9), breaking the former mark of 7, set in 1998 by Minnesota wide receivers Chris Carter and Randy Moss…They also set a club record for most combined touchdowns in a single season between 2 receivers (26)…The pair also led all NFL wide receiver duos in receptions (189), and finished 2nd in combined yards (2,529)…Became the 45th player in NFL history to surpass 10,000 receiving yards vs. Philadelphia (9/27), before eclipsing the 11,000-yard barrier at Dallas (12/19)…Became the 15th player in NFL history to record 50 receptions or more in at least 9 of his first 10 seasons…Joined Don Maynard (1968) and George Sauer (1966) as the only Jets players to have 4 consecutive 100-yard receiving games with his performances in Weeks 2 through 6, finishing the season with a career high 10 100-yard receiving games, breaking the Jets record for most in a season, a mark previously held by Maynard (1967)…Marshall’s 109 receptions marked his 6th season with at least 100 receptions, the most in NFL history…Became the first player in NFL history to record 1,000-yard seasons with 4 different teams.
-    Had 8 receptions for 126 yards and 1 touchdown, his Jets franchise record 10th 100-yard performance in a season, at Buffalo (1/3)…Contributed 8 catches for 115 yards and 2 touchdowns vs. New England (12/27)…Caught a 69-yard touchdown pass, the 3rd-longest of his career, and finished with 125 receiving yards vs. Tennessee (12/13)…It was his 8th 100-yard game of the season, breaking his previous career high for 100-yard games in a season, set in 2012…Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week, the first Jets wideout to earn the honor since 1990, after catching 12 passes for 131 yards, including the game-tying 9-yard touchdown with 27 seconds left in the 4th quarter to send the game into overtime, vs. the Giants (12/6)…Registered a season-high 131 yards receiving, and scored 2 touchdowns vs. Miami (11/29)…Had 9 catches for 108 yards at Oakland (11/1)…Recorded 7 receptions for 111 yards and 1 touchdown, his franchise-record-tying 4th-consecutive 100-yard effort, vs. Washington (10/18)…Pulled in a 58-yard reception on the opening offensive play, the 2nd-longest first offensive play of a game in Jets franchise history, at Miami (10/4)…Finished with 7 receptions for 128 yards, including his 800th career reception to become the 3rd-fastest receiver in NFL history to reach the milestone…Notched his first 100-yard game as a Jet, compiling 101 yards on 7 receptions at Indianapolis (9/21)...Had a team-leading 6 receptions for 62 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown, in his Jets debut vs. Cleveland (9/13).
-    In 2014, started all 13 games in which he played in his final season in Chicago…Placed on injured reserve (12/8) for the last 3 games of the season due to a rib injury that occurred during Week 14…Finished the season with 61 catches for 721 yards and 8 touchdowns… Caught 8 passes for 112 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown reception, at Green Bay (11/9)…Had 6 receptions for 113 yards, including a season-long 47-yard reception, at Atlanta (10/12)...Tied his career high with 3 touchdown receptions while catching 5 passes for 48 yards at San Francisco (9/14).
-    In 2013, started all 16 games…Named to his 3rd consecutive Pro Bowl after accumulating a then career-high 12 touchdowns to go along with 100 receptions and 1,295 receiving yards…Had six 100-yard games…Caught a season-high 10 passes, for 117 yards and 1 touchdown, at St. Louis (11/24)…Finished with a season-best 139 yards and scored 2 touchdowns on 7 receptions, including a season-long 44-yarder, vs. Detroit (11/10)… Had 7 receptions for 107 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown, vs. Minnesota (9/15)…Caught 8 passes for 104 yards and 1 touchdown vs. Cincinnati (9/8).
-    In his first year with the Bears in 2012, started all 16 games and set single-season franchise records for receptions (118) and receiving yards (1,508), and scored 11 touchdowns…Named to 4th Pro Bowl and first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press and Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association…Had seven 100-yard receiving games…Contributed 10 receptions for 160 yards and 1 touchdown at Minnesota (12/9), and 10 catches for 165 yards vs. Seattle (12/2)…Tallied 12 receptions for 92 yards vs. Minnesota (11/25) and 12 for 144 yards and 1 touchdown at Jacksonville (10/7)…Established a career-high with 3 touchdown receptions while catching 9 passes for 122 yards at Tennessee (11/4)…Opened the season with 9 receptions for 119 yards and 1 touchdown vs Indianapolis (9/9).
-    In his final season in Miami in 2011, Marshall started all 16 games and led the Dolphins with 81 receptions for 1,214 yards, and 6 touchdowns…Caught 6 passes for a season-high 143 yards and 1 touchdown at New England (12/24)…Had 5 receptions for 103 yards and 1 touchdown at Dallas (11/24)…Finished with a season-high 8 receptions for 106 yards and 1 touchdown at Kansas City (11/6)…Opened the season with 7 catches for 139 yards vs. New England (9/12).
-    In 2010, started all 14 games in which he played in his first season with the Dolphins…Inactive at Oakland (11/28) and vs. Cleveland (12/5) with a hamstring injury… Finished first on the team in receptions (86) and receiving yards (1,014), and scored 3 touchdowns…Had 11 catches for 106 yards and 1 touchdown vs. Buffalo (12/19), and 10 receptions for 102 yards vs. Detroit (12/26)…Recorded 10 catches for 127 yards at Green Bay (10/17)…Had a season-high 166 yards on 10 receptions, including 1 touchdown, vs. the Jets (9/26).
-    In 2009, played in 15 games with 13 starts in his final season in Denver…Tied for 3rd in the NFL with 101 receptions, which gained 1,120 receiving yards and scored 10 touchdowns…Caught an NFL-record 21 passes for a career-high 200 yards and 2 touchdowns at Indianapolis (12/13)…Had a career-long 75-yard reception for a touchdown among his 5 catches for 134 yards at Washington (11/15)…Caught 11 passes for 112 yards vs. Pittsburgh (11/9)…Totaled 91 yards on 4 receptions including a 51-yard touchdown, vs. Dallas (10/4).
-    In 2008, started all 15 games in which he played, and finished 3rd in the NFL with 104 receptions and 7th with 1,265 receiving yards, along with 6 touchdowns…Suspended by the NFL for the season opener at Oakland (9/8)…In his first game, earned his first AFC Offensive Player of the Week Award with 18 receptions - tied for the 3rd-highest total in NFL history – for 166 yards and 1 touchdown vs. San Diego (9/14)…Followed with 6 receptions for 155 yards and 1 touchdown vs. New Orleans (9/21)…Scored a season-high 2 touchdowns while catching 11 passes for 91 yards vs. Kansas City (12/7).
-    In 2007, started all 16 games and finished 5th in the NFL with 102 receptions and 6th with 1,325 receiving yards while catching 7 touchdown passes…Added a career-high 57 rushing yards on 5 carries….Had a season-high 11 catches for 107 yards at Houston (12/13), and 10 receptions for 115 yards and a season-best 2 touchdowns vs. Kansas City (12/9)…Posted a season-high 133 yards on 7 receptions vs. Jacksonville (9/23).
-    As a rookie in 2006, played in 15 games with 1 start…Totaled 20 catches for 309 yards and 2 touchdowns…Inactive for the season opener at St. Louis (9/10) with a knee injury…Picked up his first 2 career receptions, for 22 yards, including his first touchdown, on a 9-yard pass from Jake Plummer, at Cleveland (10/22)…Caught a 71-yard touchdown pass vs. Seattle (12/3)…Had a season-high 5 receptions, for 58 yards, at Arizona (12/17).

COLLEGE:
-    Played in 44 games at Central Florida with 21 starts at wide receiver and 7 at safety in his junior season…Completed career with 112 receptions for 1,674 yards (14.9-yard avg.), and 13 touchdowns…Recorded 52 tackles (31 solo), 1 interception, a half-sack, 2 pass breakups and 1 forced fumble on the Golden Knights’ defense…Led UCF with career highs in receptions (74), receiving yards (1,195, which ranks 2nd in school history) and receiving touchdowns (11) in 13 games (12 starts) as a senior to earn 2nd-team All-Conference USA honors…Named MVP of the 2005 Hawaii Bowl.

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Co-Founder of the PROJECT 375 program, which helps improve the lives of those suffering from mental illness or disorders...Provides students with Mental Fitness Toolkits, which contains information regarding mental health facts and myths, contact information for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and opportunities provided by PROJECT 375...Offers parents, teachers and staff of schools with Youth Mental Health First Aid training which is an 8-hour education program introducing the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents...Spoke about PROJECT 375 at the 2017 NBC4 and Telemundo Health and Fitness Expo Presented by Quest Diagnostics at MetLife Stadium, interacted with fans with a Q & A...Hosted the Brandon Marshall Football Skills Camp for boys and girls ages 7-18 years old...Honored at the Mental Health Alliance Gala...Recipient of The Lineman Institute 10,000 Gold Stars Award, the No Stigmas-Hero Award, National Council for Behavioral Health-Speak Up Speak Out Award, International Bipolar Foundation-Imagine Award, Human Resource Development Institute-No Mountain Too High Award and was The Israel Idonije Foundation-Humanitarian Honoree.

 PERSONAL:
-    Married to Michi…2 children, 2 year-old twins Zigi Marshall and Zi’ 3 Marshall..Liberal studies major…All-State selection and Seminole County Utility Player-of-the-Year at Lake Howell High School in Florida…Accounted for 1,506 yards of total offense as a senior, gaining 1,056 yards through the air and 450 on the ground…Threw 11 touchdown passes and also scored 4 touchdowns on defense (2 interception returns and 2 fumble returns)…Named MVP of the All-Central Florida game…Lettered in basketball and track 3 times and won the Class 3A state triple-jump championship with a jump of 48’-6-3/4” inches as a senior…Had another 48’ jump to win the triple jump at the Golden South track and field event.
TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 4th-round (119th pick overall) draft choice by the Denver Broncos in 2006…Traded to the Miami Dolphins for 2nd-round draft choices in 2010 and 2011 on April 14, 2010…Traded to the Chicago Bears for 3rd-round draft choices in 2012 and 2013 on March 13, 2012…Traded to the Jets with a 7th-round choice for a 5th-round choice on March 10, 2015…Released by the Jets on March 3, 2017…Signed as a free agent by the Giants on March 8, 2017.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Marshall has played in 167 regular-season games with 151 starts for Denver, Miami, Chicago, and the Jets…His career totals include 941 receptions for 12,061 yards (12.8-yard avg.), and 82 touchdowns… Among active players entering the 2017 season, Marshall’s 941 catches rank 4th (behind Larry Fitzgerald, Jason Witten, and Anquan Boldin), his 12,061 yards are 3rd (behind Fitzgerald and Boldin), and his 82 touchdown catches tie him with Boldin for 3rd (behind Antonio Gates and Fitzgerald)…Marshall’s 941 receptions place him 18th all-time, and his 12,061 yards are tied for 24th…He has caught more than 100 passes in a season an NFL-record 6 times, including a career-high 118 with the Bears in 2012, when he was selected first-team All-Pro…He is 1 of only 6 players in NFL history to catch at least 100 passes in 3 consecutive seasons (2007-09)…Is the first NFL player to have 100-catch seasons with 3 different teams (Denver, Chicago, and the Jets)…Holds both the Bears (118 in 2012) and Jets (109 in 2015) single-season receptions records…Has averaged 5.6 receptions per game in his career, the 3rd-best average in league history among players with at least 80 games played; he trails Antonio Brown (6.3) and Pro Football Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison (5.8)…Leads all active players with eight 1,000-yard seasons, including a career-best 1,508 yards in 2012…Gained more than 1,000 yards in 7 consecutive seasons from 2007-13…First player in NFL history to have 1,000-yard receiving seasons with 4 different teams…Six-time Pro Bowl selection…On Dec. 13, 2009, Marshall set an NFL single-game record with 21 receptions for Denver against Indianapolis. He is also tied for 3rd on that list with 18 catches for the Broncos vs. San Diego on Sept. 14, 2008 (one of the players he is tied with is Dallas tight end Jason Witten, who caught 18 passes vs. the Giants on Oct. 28, 2012)...Set a Pro Bowl record with 4 touchdown catches to go along with 176 receiving yards on 6 receptions, en route to being named the game’s MVP following the 2011 season.
-    In 2016, started every game in which he played (15) for the 7th consecutive season…Inactive for the season finale vs. Buffalo (1/1) with hip and shoulder injuries…Finished the season with 59 receptions – his lowest total since he caught 20 passes as a rookie in 2006 – for 788 yards and 3 touchdowns…Had season-high totals of 8 catches for 114 yards, and scored 1 touchdown on a 15-yard pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick, at Pittsburgh (10/9)…Recorded 6 receptions for 101 yards at Buffalo (10/15), and 6 catches for 67 yards and 1 touchdown vs. New England (11/27)…Scored 1 touchdown on a 17-yard reception while catching 4 passes for 89 yards vs. Seattle (10/2).
-    In 2015, started all 16 games…Selected to his 6th Pro Bowl and was voted by his teammates as the Curtis Martin Team Most Valuable Player Award winner after recording franchise records with 109 receptions, 1,502 yards receiving and 14 touchdowns, ranking in the top 5 in the NFL in all 3 categories, including tying for the league lead in touchdown catches…With fellow wide receiver Eric Decker, established a new NFL record for most games in which both players scored a touchdown (9), breaking the former mark of 7, set in 1998 by Minnesota wide receivers Chris Carter and Randy Moss…They also set a club record for most combined touchdowns in a single season between 2 receivers (26)…The pair also led all NFL wide receiver duos in receptions (189), and finished 2nd in combined yards (2,529)…Became the 45th player in NFL history to surpass 10,000 receiving yards vs. Philadelphia (9/27), before eclipsing the 11,000-yard barrier at Dallas (12/19)…Became the 15th player in NFL history to record 50 receptions or more in at least 9 of his first 10 seasons…Joined Don Maynard (1968) and George Sauer (1966) as the only Jets players to have 4 consecutive 100-yard receiving games with his performances in Weeks 2 through 6, finishing the season with a career high 10 100-yard receiving games, breaking the Jets record for most in a season, a mark previously held by Maynard (1967)…Marshall’s 109 receptions marked his 6th season with at least 100 receptions, the most in NFL history…Became the first player in NFL history to record 1,000-yard seasons with 4 different teams.
-    Had 8 receptions for 126 yards and 1 touchdown, his Jets franchise record 10th 100-yard performance in a season, at Buffalo (1/3)…Contributed 8 catches for 115 yards and 2 touchdowns vs. New England (12/27)…Caught a 69-yard touchdown pass, the 3rd-longest of his career, and finished with 125 receiving yards vs. Tennessee (12/13)…It was his 8th 100-yard game of the season, breaking his previous career high for 100-yard games in a season, set in 2012…Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week, the first Jets wideout to earn the honor since 1990, after catching 12 passes for 131 yards, including the game-tying 9-yard touchdown with 27 seconds left in the 4th quarter to send the game into overtime, vs. the Giants (12/6)…Registered a season-high 131 yards receiving, and scored 2 touchdowns vs. Miami (11/29)…Had 9 catches for 108 yards at Oakland (11/1)…Recorded 7 receptions for 111 yards and 1 touchdown, his franchise-record-tying 4th-consecutive 100-yard effort, vs. Washington (10/18)…Pulled in a 58-yard reception on the opening offensive play, the 2nd-longest first offensive play of a game in Jets franchise history, at Miami (10/4)…Finished with 7 receptions for 128 yards, including his 800th career reception to become the 3rd-fastest receiver in NFL history to reach the milestone…Notched his first 100-yard game as a Jet, compiling 101 yards on 7 receptions at Indianapolis (9/21)...Had a team-leading 6 receptions for 62 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown, in his Jets debut vs. Cleveland (9/13).
-    In 2014, started all 13 games in which he played in his final season in Chicago…Placed on injured reserve (12/8) for the last 3 games of the season due to a rib injury that occurred during Week 14…Finished the season with 61 catches for 721 yards and 8 touchdowns… Caught 8 passes for 112 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown reception, at Green Bay (11/9)…Had 6 receptions for 113 yards, including a season-long 47-yard reception, at Atlanta (10/12)...Tied his career high with 3 touchdown receptions while catching 5 passes for 48 yards at San Francisco (9/14).
-    In 2013, started all 16 games…Named to his 3rd consecutive Pro Bowl after accumulating a then career-high 12 touchdowns to go along with 100 receptions and 1,295 receiving yards…Had six 100-yard games…Caught a season-high 10 passes, for 117 yards and 1 touchdown, at St. Louis (11/24)…Finished with a season-best 139 yards and scored 2 touchdowns on 7 receptions, including a season-long 44-yarder, vs. Detroit (11/10)… Had 7 receptions for 107 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown, vs. Minnesota (9/15)…Caught 8 passes for 104 yards and 1 touchdown vs. Cincinnati (9/8).
-    In his first year with the Bears in 2012, started all 16 games and set single-season franchise records for receptions (118) and receiving yards (1,508), and scored 11 touchdowns…Named to 4th Pro Bowl and first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press and Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association…Had seven 100-yard receiving games…Contributed 10 receptions for 160 yards and 1 touchdown at Minnesota (12/9), and 10 catches for 165 yards vs. Seattle (12/2)…Tallied 12 receptions for 92 yards vs. Minnesota (11/25) and 12 for 144 yards and 1 touchdown at Jacksonville (10/7)…Established a career-high with 3 touchdown receptions while catching 9 passes for 122 yards at Tennessee (11/4)…Opened the season with 9 receptions for 119 yards and 1 touchdown vs Indianapolis (9/9).
-    In his final season in Miami in 2011, Marshall started all 16 games and led the Dolphins with 81 receptions for 1,214 yards, and 6 touchdowns…Caught 6 passes for a season-high 143 yards and 1 touchdown at New England (12/24)…Had 5 receptions for 103 yards and 1 touchdown at Dallas (11/24)…Finished with a season-high 8 receptions for 106 yards and 1 touchdown at Kansas City (11/6)…Opened the season with 7 catches for 139 yards vs. New England (9/12).
-    In 2010, started all 14 games in which he played in his first season with the Dolphins…Inactive at Oakland (11/28) and vs. Cleveland (12/5) with a hamstring injury… Finished first on the team in receptions (86) and receiving yards (1,014), and scored 3 touchdowns…Had 11 catches for 106 yards and 1 touchdown vs. Buffalo (12/19), and 10 receptions for 102 yards vs. Detroit (12/26)…Recorded 10 catches for 127 yards at Green Bay (10/17)…Had a season-high 166 yards on 10 receptions, including 1 touchdown, vs. the Jets (9/26).
-    In 2009, played in 15 games with 13 starts in his final season in Denver…Tied for 3rd in the NFL with 101 receptions, which gained 1,120 receiving yards and scored 10 touchdowns…Caught an NFL-record 21 passes for a career-high 200 yards and 2 touchdowns at Indianapolis (12/13)…Had a career-long 75-yard reception for a touchdown among his 5 catches for 134 yards at Washington (11/15)…Caught 11 passes for 112 yards vs. Pittsburgh (11/9)…Totaled 91 yards on 4 receptions including a 51-yard touchdown, vs. Dallas (10/4).
-    In 2008, started all 15 games in which he played, and finished 3rd in the NFL with 104 receptions and 7th with 1,265 receiving yards, along with 6 touchdowns…Suspended by the NFL for the season opener at Oakland (9/8)…In his first game, earned his first AFC Offensive Player of the Week Award with 18 receptions - tied for the 3rd-highest total in NFL history – for 166 yards and 1 touchdown vs. San Diego (9/14)…Followed with 6 receptions for 155 yards and 1 touchdown vs. New Orleans (9/21)…Scored a season-high 2 touchdowns while catching 11 passes for 91 yards vs. Kansas City (12/7).
-    In 2007, started all 16 games and finished 5th in the NFL with 102 receptions and 6th with 1,325 receiving yards while catching 7 touchdown passes…Added a career-high 57 rushing yards on 5 carries….Had a season-high 11 catches for 107 yards at Houston (12/13), and 10 receptions for 115 yards and a season-best 2 touchdowns vs. Kansas City (12/9)…Posted a season-high 133 yards on 7 receptions vs. Jacksonville (9/23).
-    As a rookie in 2006, played in 15 games with 1 start…Totaled 20 catches for 309 yards and 2 touchdowns…Inactive for the season opener at St. Louis (9/10) with a knee injury…Picked up his first 2 career receptions, for 22 yards, including his first touchdown, on a 9-yard pass from Jake Plummer, at Cleveland (10/22)…Caught a 71-yard touchdown pass vs. Seattle (12/3)…Had a season-high 5 receptions, for 58 yards, at Arizona (12/17).

COLLEGE:
-    Played in 44 games at Central Florida with 21 starts at wide receiver and 7 at safety in his junior season…Completed career with 112 receptions for 1,674 yards (14.9-yard avg.), and 13 touchdowns…Recorded 52 tackles (31 solo), 1 interception, a half-sack, 2 pass breakups and 1 forced fumble on the Golden Knights’ defense…Led UCF with career highs in receptions (74), receiving yards (1,195, which ranks 2nd in school history) and receiving touchdowns (11) in 13 games (12 starts) as a senior to earn 2nd-team All-Conference USA honors…Named MVP of the 2005 Hawaii Bowl.

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Co-Founder of the PROJECT 375 program, which helps improve the lives of those suffering from mental illness or disorders...Provides students with Mental Fitness Toolkits, which contains information regarding mental health facts and myths, contact information for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and opportunities provided by PROJECT 375...Offers parents, teachers and staff of schools with Youth Mental Health First Aid training which is an 8-hour education program introducing the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents...Spoke about PROJECT 375 at the 2017 NBC4 and Telemundo Health and Fitness Expo Presented by Quest Diagnostics at MetLife Stadium, interacted with fans with a Q & A...Hosted the Brandon Marshall Football Skills Camp for boys and girls ages 7-18 years old...Honored at the Mental Health Alliance Gala...Recipient of The Lineman Institute 10,000 Gold Stars Award, the No Stigmas-Hero Award, National Council for Behavioral Health-Speak Up Speak Out Award, International Bipolar Foundation-Imagine Award, Human Resource Development Institute-No Mountain Too High Award and was The Israel Idonije Foundation-Humanitarian Honoree.

 PERSONAL:
-    Married to Michi…2 children, 2 year-old twins Zigi Marshall and Zi’ 3 Marshall..Liberal studies major…All-State selection and Seminole County Utility Player-of-the-Year at Lake Howell High School in Florida…Accounted for 1,506 yards of total offense as a senior, gaining 1,056 yards through the air and 450 on the ground…Threw 11 touchdown passes and also scored 4 touchdowns on defense (2 interception returns and 2 fumble returns)…Named MVP of the All-Central Florida game…Lettered in basketball and track 3 times and won the Class 3A state triple-jump championship with a jump of 48’-6-3/4” inches as a senior…Had another 48’ jump to win the triple jump at the Golden South track and field event.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 941 12,061 12.8 75 82 20 118 5.9 24 0 17 9
2016 NYJ 15 15 59 788 13.4 41 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2015 NYJ 16 16 109 1,502 13.8 69T 14 -- -- -- -- -- 3 2
2014 CHI 13 13 61 721 11.8 47 8 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2013 CHI 16 16 100 1,295 13 44 12 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 CHI 16 16 118 1,508 12.8 56 11 1 -2 -2 -2 0 2 0
2011 MIA 16 16 81 1,214 15 65T 6 1 13 13 13 0 1 1
2010 MIA 14 14 86 1,014 11.8 46 3 2 3 1.5 4 0 2 1
2009 DEN 15 13 101 1,120 11.1 75T 10 7 39 5.6 14 0 -- --
2008 DEN 15 15 104 1,265 12.2 47 6 2 -4 -2 7 0 4 3
2007 DEN 16 16 102 1,325 13 68T 7 5 57 11.4 24 0 3 1
2006 DEN 15 1 20 309 15.5 71T 2 2 12 6 6 0 1 0

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