Brandon Marshall, a linebacker from Nevada and the Jaguars’ fifth-round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft, started four seasons in college, registering 259 tackles, six sacks and three interceptions. He worked throughout the 2012 offseason as a reserve linebacker and special teams player, and when the Jaguars open training camp on July 27, he is expected to compete for playing time on special teams and in a backup role. Marshall (6-feet-1, 238 pounds) recently talked with jaguars.com senior writer John Oehser about his approach in the 2012 off-season and his thoughts approaching his first NFL training camp:
Dismissed by some as a one-shot phenomenon with little relevance to other players, the Drew Brees‘ grievance ruling that stacks franchise tags could have broader application than many realize. And the biggest beneficiaries could be kickers.