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Brandon Marshall: Jets are my last stop

Brandon Marshall


Wide receiver Brandon Marshall has moved from Denver to Miami to Chicago and now to the Jets over the course of his nine-year career, but he says that he’s done bouncing around.

Marshall spent some time answering questions from his Twitter followers late on Thursday night and was asked questions about how much longer he planned to play in the NFL. Marshall didn’t give a date for when he’d be putting a bow on his professional career but did say that the Jets uniform will be the last one he wears.

“If I’m cut tomorrow. I’ll retire. This will be my last team,” Marshall wrote. “After Jets I’m done.”

Should Marshall resume the string of 80-plus-catch, 1,000-plus-yard seasons that came to an end with the Bears last season, the Jets probably won’t be in any hurry to part ways with a player they have under contract through the 2017 season. Marshall will be 33 at that point, which might be too early to call it a day for both sides if he’s healthy and his productivity rebounds.