Marshall was recently sent to the scout team in practice and said he wasn't even close to learning the new playbook. Clearly Marshall wants out, but if we look at the recent history of OchoCinco and Anquan Boldin it is clear that these polarizing (a 20 dollar word thrown in for no reason) moves don't usually work out. Denver has been adamant that they have no interest in trading the troubled wide-out, BUT I WANNA DISCUSS (throwing tantrum)
Let it be known that Marshall, in 07, had 102 catches for 1325 yards and 7 td's. In 08 he had 104 catches for 1265 yards and 6 td's. Let it also be known that short of shooting himself in the leg with a gun Marshall has had his share of problems on and off the field and this is certainly a MAJOR issue for the Giants front office.
Meanwhile the Giants receivers are a motley crew of uknowns. Steve Smith has proven that he is an excellent route runner, great in the slot and has a penchant for making the big catch, but has yet to play on the outside as a Giant. Domenik Hixon, the camps most consistent WR, shows good speed and tremendous ability to rack up the yac (more cool NFL lingo - bit dated though) but is also unproven in the NFL. Ramses Barden continues to impress in camp, but camp is just that (in case you were woindering) and we are yet to see if he can ramp it up for game situations just yet, ramp it up Ramses. Derek Hagan has caught everything thrown to him, but seems to be more of a possession wide-out lacking game breaking speed. Hakeem Nicks has been slowed by a hamstring injury and is only now starting to shine in camp. Sinorice Moss looks great one day, bad the next, he either shines this year or Mario Manningham will be drinking his Milkshake (Sinorice will start in the slot). Lastly, our Superbowl hero, David Tyree can't catch anything thrown to him and may reach his end this year.
So what's it's gonna be, To Marshall or not? You tell me land of a thousand GM'S.