New York Giants Brandon Marshall Plans to Retire After Contract Expires

Former Jet Brandon Marshall, signed with the New York Giants this offseason for $12 million over a two-year span.

Brandon Marshall has revealed his master plans for the future, and football ain't part of it. 

Marshall stated at a mental health forum, "Two years, I just decided that last week. Two years. I'm going to get my Super Bowl and then have a little bit of fun and go change the world in the mental health space." 

If this isn't music to New York Giants' fans, I don't know what is.

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Clearly, Marshall has one goal. Super Bowl. He is going to give maximum effort in 2017 to reach his dream, and with Odell Beckham Jr. by his side, it doesn't seem too far-fetched. 

Marshall's plans are well received, and his interest in mental health stems from a personal condition.

He was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, also referred to as BPD.

Marshall has had his fair share of public outbreaks, but his passion is undeniable and his will to win is unparalleled.

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He leaves it all on the field every game, and the Giants could use a player with the grit and presence the veteran brings to the table. With a young Beckham Jr. learning how to control his stardom, Marshall is the perfect role model and mentor to preserve his reputation. 

The kicking net and Beckham seem to have taken a break from their romantic affair, allowing OBJ to reevaluate his actions.

Hopefully, the ex-Jet can put some sense into the Giants icon before the 2017 season gets underway. 


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