Former Giants WR Brandon Marshall has found a new home in the NFL, signing a one-year deal with the Seahawks for next season.
Marshall was released by the Giants earlier this offseason after failing a physical. He suffered a season-ending left ankle injury that required surgery in Week 5 against the Chargers last season.
The 34-year-old posted to his Instagram account Tuesday with a Seahawks No. 12 jersey saying "Let's Go" in the caption.
Entering his 13th season in the NFL, Marshall said recently that he is still rooting for the Giants despite what occurred this offseason.
"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."
In his five games last season, Marshall had just 18 receptions for 150 yards and no touchdowns. He struggled to get open as well as find chemistry with QB Eli Manning to start the season.