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that includes James and team owner Stan Kroenke.
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locally-relevant sports causes. Deep down, however, does either team really want
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recovery, when he was traveling to Germany and Switzerland and England to try
out the latest treatments, Brandon Marshall spent nearly as much time fighting
doubt as he did trying to overcome his injuries.
His world is now centered in Seattle, the sixth stop in his 13-year career.
It’s a stop where he may start and will likely be a heavy contributor when the
Seahawks open the regular season Sunday in Denver, the place where he first
became a star.
“I’m a competitor. That’s why I’m here,” Marshall said. “I think the reason
why I’m still playing is that I felt that I never arrived. I always feel like
you can get better.”
This isn’t the spry Marshall that became one of the top receivers in the
league while in Denver and Miami. It’s not the version of Marshall that caught
109 passes and 14 touchdowns just three seasons ago with the New York Jets.
This version of Marshall is 34 years old, coming off a major ankle injury and
toe surgery that cost him the majority of the 2017 season with the New York
Giants. He’s a complementary player who fills a need for the Seahawks with his
6-foot-5 frame and could become the red-zone target Seattle had in recent
seasons with Jimmy Graham.
At this point of his career, Marshall has the highest standards for even the
smallest things. Jaron Brown learned that in training camp when during a drill
he lined up in the wrong spot.
“He kind of got mad at me for a second and he didn’t talk to me for that
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think at this point he wants to get everything right and he critiques himself so
hard. I understand it because I’m that way too but it was funny to see him get a
little mad at me.”
He’s also become a sounding board for younger players seeking advice or
ideas. Considering he’s the second-oldest player on Seattle’s roster — only
kicker Sebastian Janikowski is older — that means it could be anyone.
“His vast knowledge of the game is incredible. I was just picking his brain
earlier about some things, about offenses and what he’s seen in his history,”
wide receiver Doug Baldwin said. “Obviously the physical presence he brings to
the field, he’s extremely gifted with that, with his size, but he is so nimble,
so quick and it’s fun to be able to go back and forth with a guy who has so much
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What Marshall can bring — if healthy — is something Seattle has wanted for
Coach Pete Carroll has sought a big wide receiver throughout his time with
the Seahawks and he’s only had that kind of offensive weapon in small
Graham was that way once he returned from a major knee injury, but it was
mostly just around the end zone that Seattle figured out the best ways to use
him. Mike Williams had a breakout season with the Seahawks in 2010, but it was
just that one season.
His health is going to be the biggest question for Marshall. Once he shook a
slight hamstring strain in training camp, he demonstrated the skills and talent
that have made him one of the top pass catchers in the game. The real test of
what Marshall has left begins Sunday.
“I’m still trying to prove myself to not only the world but most importantly
my teammates and my coaches here,” Marshall said. “On paper it’s a 34-year-old
receiver with two down years. Every day I go out there I remind myself I want to
prove to (Russell Wilson) what type of receiver I am and what he has out