Jalin Marshall Coming off a mediocre rookie campaign, Jalin Marshall was already was on thin ice with the New York Jets. A four-game suspension for PED use to start the 2017 season made things even worse. Marshall, who went undrafted, showed flashes in Year 1 for the Jets. As the team’s fourth wideout in rotation and return specialist, he compiled 748 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns. New York is longing for guys to step up at receiver, so it’s entirely possible for Marshall to become a legit contributor on a talent-stricken offense. But I can say with full confidence that he would’ve been cut had the Jets’ top wideout Quincy Enunwa not suffered a season-ending neck injury this week. What a difference another year in school could’ve made.