The last three years have not been as productive as Marshall entered his mid-30s. The 6'5" wideout hauled in just 47.8 percent of his targets for 88 catches, 1,078 yards and four scores in 27 games.
Pro Football Focus gave him low marks for his 2016 and 2017 efforts in particular:
In fairness to Marshall, he didn't see nearly as many catchable passes in 2016 as he did the year before:
An ankle injury also ended Marshall's 2017 season after just five games in his only season with the New York Giants.
There's no doubt that peak Marshall was one of the league's best all-around wideouts. However, Marshall may have a tough time landing on a roster after struggling over the past few seasons. At 35, his best days are behind him.
Stephen Holder of The Athletic provided his take on Marshall's chances:
If Marshall doesn't make it back into the NFL, he can hang his helmet on a sensational career that may land him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. That's not bad for a fourth-round pick.