Crowell’s bargain is worth around $2.5 million, and Marshall’s deal is worth around $4.1 million, based on ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
After four seasons with the Cleveland Browns, ” he signed up a three-year, $12 million contract ($4 million guaranteed signing) and became the starting running back .
He dashed for 685 yards, six touchdowns and a 4.8-yard average, nonetheless it was an odd season in that one-third of his production came in 1 match. In per week 5 victory over the Denver Broncos, he also set the franchise record with 219 rushing yards.
The amazing part about it was he needed just 15 carries — an amazing 14.6 per-carry average. It was the highest average at a match (minimum: 15 attempts) by any player in NFL history.
Crowell’s season dipped sharply after his record-setting afternoon, as he eclipsed 49 metres just one time for the rest of the season. He fought foot and ankle injuries and finished injured reserve.
He created national headlines with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in Week 3 in Cleveland. After scoring against his former team, Crowell distinguished by pretending to wash his rear end with the ball, which he threw into the bottom.
Crowell received a public rebuke from then-coach Todd Bowles. He was fined $13,369 by the NFL, but he parlayed the crude gesture to an endorsement deal with a company that sells toilet fixes for males.
In 2016, Crowell sparked a controversy after he published on his Instagram accounts an example of a police officer being stabbed in the neck using a hooded figure. It was his answer to the fatal shootings of two blackmen by Dallas police officers. Crowell afterwards agreeing and given a match check to the police department.
In five times, Crowell has 3,803 rushing yards and 27 touchdowns.
Marshall became a free agent following the jelqing chose not to exercise their team option with two years left in his contract. The 29-year-old appeared in 11 games a year but published just 42 tackles and did not have a sofa or interception.
After the season, Marshall confessed he wasn’t certain what his future appeared to be after the Broncos (610 ) missed the playoffs for the 3rd consecutive season since their Super Bowl triumph in 2015.
“you do not know,” Marshall stated. “You know there is going to be a great deal of modification because we failed to create the playoffs the previous few years. We won a superbowl, but it simply hasn’t been right the last couple years. For meI say it’s up from the air. That you never know very well what the newest coaches want, what they’re going to do up stairs “
A real leader.
Off and on the subject.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) March 28, 2019
Marshall joined the Broncos in 2013 after a year with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who selected him in the fifth round (142nd overall) of the 2012 draft. For his career, he has 419 tackles, 6.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and two interceptions.
ESPN’s Paul Gutierrez, Jeff Legwold and also Rich Cimini contributed to the record.