Brandon Marshall may not be a Giant anymore, but that doesn't mean he isn't rooting for them. In fact, he views them as a contender this year.
Marshall was released by the Giants back in April after failing a physical, with the team saving $5.156 million in the process. He had to undergo surgery on his left ankle after injuring it during the team's Week 5 matchup against the Chargers.
Marshall had no hard feelings for his release, and instead, he believes the moves they made to improve the team this offseason makes them scary.
"A lot of people are sleeping on the Giants," Marshall told The Post's George Willis. "I think they're a contender. I love the moves they made this offseason. I'm really excited to see those guys go out there and turn it around."
Having new head coach Pat Shurmur as the sideline general was also a good move in Marshall's eyes.
"I think highly of coach Shurmur," he said. "My two weeks with him, I think he's first class and a hell of a coach. I think they should be proud."
The 34-year-old receiver is still working out as a free agent, saying he has "two or three" more seasons left in him before hanging the cleats. up.
Whether or not he will get a chance elsewhere is still to be seen, but Marshall will be showing love to the Giants in the meantime.