New York Jets newly acquired wide-receiver Brandon Marshall recently announced that this organization will be his last as an NFL player.

Brandon Marshall doesn’t usually act as the quiet type. This is the case on or off the field.

Now a member of the New York Jets, the 31-year old who’s hauled in 773 receptions, 9,771 yards and seven touchdowns over a nine-year career has announced to the world that this stop will be his last as an NFL player.

He made the announcement via his official Twitter account:

B-Marsh comes into a situation he’s not too familiar with. Throughout his entire NFL career he’s enjoyed playing with quarterbacks who’ve been established, namely Jay Cutler who possesses the strongest arm in the league.

Geno Smith is anything but Cutler. He’s a third-year 24-year old kid who has a long way to travel before he’s officially figured it out.

Mike Maccaganan and Todd Bowles both hope that pairing Marshall with Eric Decker will bring along Smith nicely during the 2015 campaign.

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