Slated to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall doesn't appear primed for a lengthy stint on the open market. According to an initial report from Josina Anderson of ESPN, there are currently five teams interested in adding the veteran linebacker.

According to a follow-up report from Benjamin Allbright, those five teams are the Los Angeles Chargers, Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets, and Cincinnati Bengals.

With the Jets seemingly in on every free agent this offseason, it hardly comes as a surprise that “Gang Green” has made its way onto this list of reported suitors for Marshall. With the Cardinals and Bengals rebuilding, the tandem of franchises could certainly use a veteran presence in the locker room to propel such a rebuild in the right direction.

Lastly, the Chargers and Ravens are looking to return to the postseason in 2019-20 while adding a player like Marshall up the middle on defense couldn't hurt. It is also worth noting that both teams are looking to replace key pieces on defense this offseason, specifically at the linebacker position as well.

The 29-year-old linebacker has notably spent the majority of his NFL career as a member of the Broncos while it appears as though Marshall's time in Denver is all but over. After spending just five games as a member of the Jaguars during his rookie season back in 2012-13, Marshall then landed in Denver the very next season en route to spending a total of six seasons as a member of the AFC West franchise.