The Bears dealt Marshall via trade to the Jets in 2015. In his first season with the team, he recorded franchise-record-setting numbers in receptions (109) and receiving yards (1,503) and matched the team's all-time mark in receiving touchdowns. In 2016, Marshall's numbers slid considerably. He totaled 788 yards receiving and three touchdowns. He also posted career lows for receptions (59) and receiving touchdowns (3).
Entering his 12th season in the league, Marshall will ideally be looking to join a potential Super Bowl contender, Rapoport reported. He has yet to play in a postseason tilt despite stints with four different clubs -- Denver, Miami, Chicago and New York.
Per NFL Research, Marshall ranks first in the league in receptions (921) and receiving yards (11,752) over the last 10 seasons. He is tied for first in 100-yard receiving games (46) and tied for second in receiving touchdowns (80). In addition, the six-time Pro Bowl selection has the most 100-reception seasons (6) in NFL history.
Marshall will undoubtedly receive plenty of attention on the free-agent market. The question is whether he's still capable of producing the level of numbers that made him one of the league's most dominant wide receivers since he entered the NFL in 2006.