Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
52 minutes ago

Marshall (foot/knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

EDGE Analysis

Marshall is out there if you need him Sunday, but it's unclear how close to full strength he will operate at. With that in mind, both ESPN's Adam Schefter and ESPN's Rich Cimini suggest that the wideout will likely will be on some sort of snap count in Week 3 that could possibly emphasize third down and red zone work.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
9 hours ago

Marshall (foot/knee) is expected to be active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, but he could be on a limited snap count, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

EDGE Analysis

Marshall is considered a game-time decision Sunday, and while he may have his snaps limited, it seems likely that he'll at least get looks inside the red zone if the Jets get there. With Marshall limited if he plays, Quincy Enunwa could get more targets.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
2 days ago

Coach Todd Bowles noted Friday that Marshall (knee, foot) is "probably a game-time decision" for Sunday's 4:25 ET game against the Chiefs.

EDGE Analysis

Marshall was listed as a limited practice participant Friday and will be listed as questionable for Sunday's contest. Meanwhile, fellow starting wideout Eric Decker is slated to play, with Quincy Enunwa a candidate for added looks in Week 3 if Marshall ends up limited or sidelined.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
3 days ago

Though the Jets are hopeful that Marshall (knee/foot) can play Sunday against the Chiefs, coach Todd Bowles indicated Thursday that such an outcome is not a lock, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports. "We'll see how it goes," Bowles said. "If he can't (play), somebody else has to step up. We've got a couple of more days."

EDGE Analysis

Meanwhile, fellow starting wideout Eric Decker (shoulder) is dinged up, but if either are out or limited Sunday, Quincy Enunwa would be in line for added looks, along with rookie Jalin Marshall.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
3 days ago

Marshall (knee/foot) did not practice Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

What Marshall does (or doesn't do) at practice Friday will be telling, though we suspect that he is trending toward an official injury designation of questionable in advance of Sunday's 4:25 ET kickoff against the Chiefs. For his part, ESPN's Rich Cimini noted Thursday that he still likes Marshall's chances of giving it a go Sunday.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
3 days ago

Marshall (knee) was present at Thursday's practice but was not wearing a helmet.

EDGE Analysis

The Jets will not reveal Marshall's level of participation at Thursday's practice until after its conclusion, but no helmet typically means no practice, which would be the second day in a row he has sat out while recovering from the knee injury he suffered in Week 2.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
4 days ago

Marshall (knee) did not practice Wednesday, and he could be a game-time decision Sunday against the Chiefs, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

EDGE Analysis

Marshall had to be removed from last Thursday's game against the Bills after his knee bent back awkwardly while getting tackled, and while he was able to return to the game, it's not surprising the team is keeping his practice participation minimal this week. If he is forced to sit out, Eric Decker, who also didn't practice Wednesday because of a shoulder injury, and Quincy Enunwa could get more targets.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
6 days ago

Marshall (knee) was not present during the open portion of Monday's practice, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.

EDGE Analysis

Marshall is coming off a sprained knee suffered last Thursday, and even though the ailment didn't prevent him from finishing New York's win over the Bills, it's still no surprise that he's not practicing to start this week. At this stage, rest and treatment are Marshall's top priorities ahead of Sunday's game against the Chiefs, even though a practice appearance prior to then would reassure his fantasy owners. Still, it's too early in the week to expect much from Marshall in terms of on-field involvement, so his status will have to continue to be monitored in the coming days.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
6 days ago

Marshall has been diagnosed with an MCL injury, and he could be held out in Week 3 against the Chiefs, NJ.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Marshall suffered the injury last Thursday against the Bills, and while he was able to return to the game after getting checked out, and it's not a dreaded torn ACL, the team is still going to be cautious with their top wideout. If he is unable to play, Eric Decker and Quincy Enunwa will likely get more targets, with running backs Matt Forte and Bilal Powell also possibilities.

Brandon Marshall
WR NYJ (11)
1 week ago

Marshall (knee) is walking around without any trouble Friday, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.

EDGE Analysis

Marshall appeared to suffer a serious knee injury during Thursday's win over the Bills, but he returned to the game in short order and even managed to top 100 receiving yards. Speaking after the contest, head coach Todd Bowles said Marshall escaped the incident with nothing more than a minor knee sprain. While the injury remains worth watching, Marshall should have enough time to get ready for Week 3, taking advantage of the 10-day gap between games.