A day after Brandon Marshall said in a deleted Instagram story that there was 'no room' for both he and Dez Bryant on the New York Giants, Marshall was released by the team. It's highly doubtful Marshall's words had any impact on his being released or that this now means the Giants will go after Bryant, but the timing is interesting.
Marshall only suited up in the first five games last season after suffering a season-ending ankle injury. He didn't make much of an impact with the Giants, catching only 18 passes. Marshall just turned 34, and is coming off of an injury, so it will be hard to see him be a difference-maker or fantasy factor this upcoming season.
As for the Giants, this leaves the trio of Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram as their top pass-catchers, with Roger Lewis, Cody Latimer, and Travis Rudolph competing for the No. 3 WR position—unless they bring in someone more talented via the draft.