The New York Giants endured a tumultuous 2017 NFL season, to say the least. At the forefront of their issues was the state of their depleted receiving corps.

Among those to miss the majority of the season was wide receiver Brandon Marshall. According to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY, the Giants have given little indication about potentially bringing him back:

Giants WR Brandon Marshall has been working at the team facility, “trying to get healthy,” Pat Shurmur said. He hasn't passed a physical yet. As for his place on the team, Shurmur said “We'll have to see.”

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New York had signed Marshall prior to last season on a two-year, $12 million deal. Needless to say, there was plenty of hype surrounding the receiving corps with Odell Beckham Jr, Sterling Shepard, and Marshall. Unfortunately, it was not long before they all went down with severe injuries after the first quarter of the season.

Even before his ankle injury, Marshall had done little to make an impact on the passing game. The veteran registered just 18 catches for 154 yards in four games. That said, there is little reason to keep Marshall around especially given the current state of the franchise.

Although they have yet to admit it, New York seems to be in the early stages of a potential rebuild. That notion has started to pick up steam with the recent trade rumors regarding Beckham Jr. As a result, the once-promising receiving corps could get a completely new look by the start of the 2018 NFL season.