• Dolphins release cornerback Richard Marshall

    Summary of 16 articles · Updated Aug 23, 2013
    The Miami Dolphins have released cornerback Richard Marshall, according to a league source. Per a league source, former Dolphins cornerback Richard Marshall has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Chargers. The Miami Dolphins have released veteran cornerback Richard Marshall, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Cornerback Richard Marshall has emerged from Miami with an even better per-game rate. The Dolphins tried to trade Marshall, but no one was willing to absorb his contract, which also had a $5.3 million base salary in 2014. Marshall, locked in a competition for a starting cornerback job, apparently didn't fit the team's plans because he wasn't going to win the competition and the club decided to go a different direction with its slot corner situation as well. He signed with the Miami Dolphins in 2012 and appeared in the team’s first four games, recording 17 tackles, one interception and one pass defensed before missing the rest of the season due to a back injury.
    • Source: Marshall to Chargers on 1-year deal

      The San Diego Chargers reached an agreement with veteran cornerback Richard Marshall, the team announced Friday.
    • Cornerback talks to Jaguars, signs with Chargers

      UPDATE: 2:57 p.m. The Jaguars expressed an interest in free agent cornerback Richard Marshall Friday. Pro Football Talk first reported the visit. UPDATE: PFT and other media outlets are reporting that Marshall has agreed to a one-year deal with San Dieg…
    • Marshall visits Jaguars, could pick new team Friday

      Cornerback Richard Marshall unexpectedly became a free agent earlier this week, cut by the Dolphins as he was closing in on a $4.55 million base salary for 2013. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Marshall could pick his next team as soon as …
    • Miami Dolphins: Who Covers Slot with Marshall Gone?

      It’s pretty obvious what Richard Marshall’s release on Tuesday night means for the Dolphins’ starting cornerback spot opposite Brent Grimes: Dimitri Patterson has won the job after a solid training camp. It’s a little unclear what Miami plans to do at n…
    • Marshall cut makes Patterson starting CB

      The Miami Dolphins released veteran cornerback Richard Marshall Tuesday night, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Marshall also posted on his Twitter account that he appreciated the opportunity but it was time to move on. What does this move mean for the Dol…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Is it too early to worry about Cutler’s reliance on Marshall?

    So, Jay Cutler, are you going to throw to somebody other than Brandon Marshall this season? ‘‘You guys are hitting the panic button after two preseason games and 30 plays. We’ve run 30,’’ the Bears quarterback said Tuesday. ‘‘Yeah, we’re going to spread…
    Source: suntimes.com

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