May 2018

Veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall called his foray into free agency "a humbling process" after the six-time Pro Bowler received little interest on the open market before agreeing to a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks this week. "I didn't have a ton of options," Marshall said at Seahawks' OTAs.

Newly signed Seahawks receiver Brandon Marshall said Wednesday the ankle injury that ended his 2017 season with the New York Giants also gave him the chance to fix an older injury that had been bothersome for the previous two seasons. Marshall said that he also had surgery to repair a toe injury that he first sustained during a game against the Oakland Raiders when he played for the New York Jets in 2015. “My first year with the Jets, I hurt my toe in the Oakland game,” Marshall said.

Before he left town a few weeks ago after working out for the Seahawks, Brandon Marshall picked up a little bit of Seattle-related gear at the airport. Marshall became the latest addition to the Seahawks when he signed a one-year deal Wednesday and was immediately on the field as Seattle continued its second week of OTAs. Marshall displayed some of that gear he bought when he announced on social media his intent to sign with the Seahawks.

Mark Herzlich overcame bone cancer to become a football star at Boston College. Herzlich wants President Donald Trump to come to the Giants’ locker room sometime, so he can observe unity in a diverse workplace before discussing tolerance, respect and the reason why some NFL players have chosen to protest inequality during the playing of the pregame national anthem. “You go in the locker room and guys from every single race, every single demographic, every single religious background, and we all are just a team,” Herzlich told the New York Daily News.

Veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall has indicated on social media he's joining the Seattle Seahawks. Marshall posted a series of pictures on Instagram on Tuesday decked out in a green Seahawks jersey, one captioned ''Let's go,'' and another with Marshall saying he's always wanted to play before Seattle's fans. A person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press that Marshall's contract is expected to be finalized in the coming days.

New coach Pat Shurmur wants the New York Giants to do the right thing when the national anthem is played before NFL games this season, and that could be a problem. While there were only a few players kneeling during the anthem at the end of last season, two are currently on the Giants' roster. Star defensive end Olivier Vernon got down on one knee during every game last season.

Wide receiver Odell Beckham was excused from Tuesday's workout, but the New York Giants expect the All-Pro wide receiver to be back on the field soon. "Odell is looking forward to getting out here. Beckham and cornerback Janoris Jenkins were among veterans who weren't present at the start of workouts Tuesday.

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The New York Giants have parted ways with three members of their locker room and equipment staff that were involved in the Eli Manning fake memorabilia lawsuit, according to Jordan Raanan and Darren Rovell of Edward and Joseph Skiba and Ed Wagner Jr. were let go by the Giants, per the report. Joseph was the team’s equipment director, Edward, was the assistant equipment manager and Wagner was the equipment/locker room manager.

NFL owners approved a new policy Wednesday aimed at quelling the firestorm over national anthem protests sparked by Colin Kaepernick and polarized by President Trump, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the ''The Star-Spangled Banner'' but requiring them to stand if they come to the field. Commissioner Roger Goodell said the change was approved unanimously by the owners at their spring meeting in Atlanta, but even that was up for debate. The head of the San Francisco 49ers - Kaepernick's former team - said his franchise abstained from the vote.

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