Today the San Diego Chargers released cornerback Richard Marshall. The Chargers would rather go into week 9 with an injured defensive backfield than with Marshall. In a corresponding move the team signed Richard Crawford. With Brandon Flowers nursing a concussion and rookie Jason Verrett aggravating a shoulder injury, Marshall was forced to play starter’s snaps […]
One day after getting the business from Emmanuel Sanders, Richard Marshall has been released by the San Diego Chargers according to reports.
Chargers release CB Richard Marshall, per league source.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) October 27, 2014
Marshall started seven of 24 games in San Diego over the past two seasons.
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Ian Rapoport reports that the Chargers have reached an agreement with veteran CB Richard Marshall.
According to Rapoport, Marshall receives a one-year contract from San Diego.