An NFL spokesperson announced Marshall’s suspension, per the Jets’ official website.
After playing quarterback at the University of Auburn, Marshall signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2015.
Marshall moved to cornerback in the NFL, appearing in 13 games as a rookie with the Jaguars. He signed with the Jets last October and played in eight games primarily on special teams where he returned 12 kickoffs and averaged 14 yards per return.
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