NJ.com reports the New York Jets have given wide receiver Brandon Marshall “no indication” that he won’t return to the team next season. Despite rumors citing that the Jets will not retain Marshall for 2017, it appears that his job in New York is safe, for now. However, it is early in the offseason, and a lot can change from now and the start of the new league year that begins on March 9. Marshall, 32, regressed in 2016, after having a tremendous 2015 campaign. Playing in 15 games, he only caught 59 targets for 788 yards and three scores last season. Marshall is due 7.5 million in 2017, the last year of his contract. He could be asked to take a pay cut to remain with the Jets.