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Panthers agree to terms with Terrace Marshall Jr.


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Marshal, a  2nd rounder (59th), caught 46 passes for 671 yards (14.6 per catch) and 13 touchdowns at LSU with Brady as OC.

"Not too many people are 6-2, 200-plus and run a 4.3, and are able to make plays on the ball like Terrace does," Brady said. "When the ball's in the air, Terrace always finds a way to come down with it, and I think he showcased that every time he was on the football field. Not a lot of games but a lot of production.

"There's not a player that works harder and is more dedicated to his craft than Terrace."

 

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19 minutes ago, rayzor said:

Friggin DJ Moore, Robby Anderson, Terrace Marshall, David Moore, Dan Arnold, and then there's that CMC dude.....

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OC Brady has no lack of weapons.  I think the pressure is on him to make something special out of the talent he has been handed.

Hey Brady, don't effit up!

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Terrace Marshall Jr. Contract Details and Salary
 
Contract History Statistics Valuation
 
Age: 21 Free Agency: 2022 (ERFA) Accrued Seasons: 0
 
Height: 6-3 Weight: 200 College: LSU Entry: 2021 Draft, Round 2, #59 overall (Panthers)
 
2021 Salary Cap Charge: $660,000 (0.36% of cap)
 
2021 Cash Payout: $660,000 (0.39% of spending)
 
2021 Cash to Cap Ratio: 1.00
 
Contract Value: $5,729,496 ($1,432,374 APY)
 
Fully Guaranteed Money: $0
 
Contract Ranking: 94/389 at WR
 
Image 1 - Terrace Marshall Jr. Signed LSU Tigers/Panthers Pick 8x10 Auto Fanatics COA
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18 hours ago, bythenbrs said:

OC Brady has no lack of weapons.  I think the pressure is on him to make something special out of the talent he has been handed.

Hey Brady, don't effit up!

Biggest problem last year was QB. Biggest problem this year? Probably could be QB.

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If there’s one player who was overshadowed for most of his career at LSU it was Terrace Marshall Jr.

Consider this: the national championship-winning LSU squad had current Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow throwing to current Minnesota Vikings receiver Justin Jefferson, rookie Bengals receiver Ja’Marr Chase and Marshall.

Marshall’s first year as LSU’s true number one came last year. Despite that, most of the year’s draft coverage around LSU still focused on Chase, who sat the year out.

We truly may have grabbed an underrated, overshadowed playmaker in Marshall.

Marshall scored ten touchdowns in just seven games last year during a pandemic-shortened 2020 SEC season, putting up 731 yards. He then sat out LSU’s final three games against Alabama, Florida and Ole Miss, after committing to the draft.

But remember, there were no cupcake games last year given the pandemic constraints. All 10 of Marshall’s scores all came against SEC defenses.

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The year before, in 2019, Marshall caught 13 touchdown passes while playing third fiddle under Jefferson and Chase. That means he scored 23 times in 19 games over his final two seasons at LSU.

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