The Facts: Marshall was slow to develop chemistry with Eli Manning before he was injured last season and, at best, will stay around only if he accepts a pay cut. Considering that parting ways with Marshall would save the Giants $5.1 million on the cap, it would be no shocker if the Giants cut ties with him.
Diehards Line:Sounds like the Post staffer Paul Schwartz's take on Marshall's future has it dialed in pretty well. The 33-year-old, well-traveled receiver played in only five games last season before landing on injured reserve and needing ankle surgery. He was not very effective when he did play (18 receptions for 154 yards and no touchdowns), and his strong locker-room personality can be seen as a positive or a negative. Appearing with the Football Diehards on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports radio this past Saturday, Giant Insider's Jerry Foley also expressed his believe that Marshall would be moving on and that the team would focus on finding a solid No. 2 WR to join Odell Beckham and No. 3 Sterling Shepard.