Broncos WR Brandon Marshall wants out of Denver, and already he’s been linked to maybe coming to Baltimore and being the Ravens #1 wide receiver. Today Ravens coach John Harbaugh addressed the rumors of Marshall coming to town.
Harbaugh said that the Ravens have not yet contacted the Broncos regarding Marshall. The WR wrote on his blog that he wants out of the Mile High City.
“We’re interested in anybody that can help our team, [Marshall] plays for the Broncos and he’s under contract. He’s not a guy that we’re concerned with right now,” Harbaugh said. “Their background matters, any player we bring in is going to be a man of integrity and will be someone who is going to be respected in the locker room. We’re never going to compromise on that.”
It’s going to be interesting to see if Marshall is a player that the Ravens target. He would right away be the teams leading receiver, as last season he had 104 catches for 1265 yards and 6 TD’s. The Ravens leading WR was Derrick Mason, who had 80 catches for 1037 yards and 5 TD’s.