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Will Signing Brandon Marshall Help The Seattle Seahawks?

Sunday, June 03, 2018

 

The Seattle Seahawks have reportedly signed Brandon Marshall to a one-year deal worth up to $2 million if he hits certain performance goals. This is just the latest move Seattle has made but it certainly involves one of the biggest names they have been linked to.

Marshall is a 6’ 5” 230-pound guy in his 13th year in the NFL. He has almost 1,000 career catches and has scored more than 80 touchdowns. Marshall is also on his sixth team since being drafted by the Denver Broncos in 2006. He has bounced around the league some and it looks like teams get sour on him or he just likes moving.

Marshall brings size and experience to a relatively smaller and inexperienced group of wideouts. He has made a career out of high pointing the ball over defenders, making contested catches and being hard to tackle with the ball in his hands. He looks like a good addition to the Seahawks at the moment, and he looked good in a practice video released by the team on Instagram.

I have always believed building a group of receivers is like picking a basketball team, small ball is good but it is nice to have some big guys. Marshall will be looking to take over the number three wideout job in camp and he will be the receiver who is a blocker and a contested catch guy. He does a great job of attacking the football when it is in the air.

This is a low risk investment for the Seahawks and Marshall has said how excited he is to be around the organization and the talent in Seattle. We also need to keep in mind he led the league in receiving touchdowns only three years ago. This deal is great for both sides, Seattle has low risk-high reward and Marshall gets to compete on a team that usually makes the playoffs.

 

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