It has been a minute since we have final seen former Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall on an NFL subject, however the 31-year-old is trying to change that previous to the 2021 season. In response to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Marshall labored out for the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday. There have been no specifics as to how that exercise went or if a deal was imminent, however absolutely a optimistic signal for Marshall’s prospects of getting again on an NFL roster in some unspecified time in the future.
Marshall final performed a regular-season sport in 2018 when he was a member of the Broncos. That season, he suited up in 11 contests, earned seven begins, and totaled 42 tackles together with one move defended. That following offseason, Denver declined the choice on Marshall’s contract, making him a free agent. Later throughout that free agent cycle, he would signal with the Raiders on a one-year deal however was launched throughout remaining roster cuts in August. Marshall did rejoin the staff later within the season, however just for a cup of espresso and was launched six days later.
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He performed zero snaps for the Raiders throughout the 2019 season and remained unsigned all through the 2020 marketing campaign.
Marshall initially got here into the league as a fifth-round draft alternative of the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012 out of Nevada. He was reduce by the Jags following his rookie season and finally discovered a house in Denver the place he was in a position to ascend to a beginning position inside their protection. In all, he began in 63 of his 69 video games performed for the Broncos and totaled 416 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and 5 compelled fumbles over that stretch. He additionally began in Tremendous Bowl 50 the place Denver defeated the Carolina Panthers.