Brandon Marshall has each goal of coming back to the New York Jets, regardless of the possibility that that implies taking a major pay cut.
The 32-year-old and six-time NFL Professional Bowl wide collector said he will play for nothing to stay with the Jets. I would love to be back,” Marshall said, by means of the New York Day by day News.
“It’s not about the cash any longer. It’s about winning. I recognize what I’m worth. I think this group comprehends what I’m worth to the extent the association. Be that as it may, it’s not about the cash. I’m great. I’m great with the cash. I simply need to win. That is all I need to do. I’ll play for nothing. My bills are paid.”
Marshall has made over $73million in his 11 NFL seasons, as indicated by reports. Falling off 788 getting yards and three touchdowns, his most exceedingly bad factual season since 2006, Marshall is set to make $7.5m next season albeit none of the cash is ensured.
With the Jets (5-11) having greater issues than his agreement, Marshall needs the Jets to do whatever it takes to win amusements.
“I’m burnt out on going home directly after the season. I’m burnt out on viewing the playoffs on my sofa,” Marshall said. “I’m burnt out on it. Furthermore, it’s only a disappointing year. It’s been a disappointing vocation from that perspective, and ideally things change advancing.”
Marshall, who said he needs to continue playing until he is 38 or 39, conceded he was playing harmed since week two when he endured MCL sprain and foot damage. Yet, Marshall declined to utilize the wounds as a reason for his down year, saying, “I’m amazingly certain that I’m still a world class beneficiary.”