Brandon Marshall knows exactly where he wants to play next season. The question is whether the New York Jets want the veteran wide receiver back.
Marshall, who turns 33 in March, finished with just 59 catches — the second-lowest total of his 11-year career — for 788 yards and three touchdowns. He also played through a sprained knee ligament, sprained foot and toe injury for most of the season, which ended with him being inactive Sunday because of a sore hip.
"It was probably my most frustrating year," Marshall said during a 23-minute session with reporters Monday as players cleared out their locker for the offseason.
"I've been in the league...