Markus Zusevics

Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 300
College: Iowa
Birth Place: Arlington Heights, Illinois
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Giants' Brandon Marshall addresses Sheldon Richardson comments

    Brandon Marshall stepped to the podium after New York Giants OTAs and knew what was coming. " Sheldon Richardson questions, go ahead, open up," the Giants wide receiver said, well aware of what Richardson said about him the other day at New York Jets camp. Richardson told reporters: "The locker room is a whole lot easier to get along with now," Asked to elaborate, he smiled and said, "Man oh man, y'all are thirsty. Let's just say I've got 15 reasons why it's better." Fifteen is Marshall's jersey number. He wore it with the Jets and is doing the same after being cut and signing a two-year deal with the Giants this offseason. It wasn't a surprise for Marshall to hear criticism coming from Richardson

  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Jets down to one unsigned pick after signing ArDarius Stewart

    First-round pick Jamal Adams will be the final member of the 2017 Jets draft class to sign a contract with the team. Stewart was drafted with the 79th overall pick after the Jets traded down with the Vikings in the third round. Stewart was one of two wide receivers drafted by the Jets this year and comes to the team after earning a spot on the All-SEC first-team at Alabama last year.

  • History says trading up for a first-round quarterback is generally a terrible idea
    CBS Sports

    History says trading up for a first-round quarterback is generally a terrible idea

    Almost every year, teams desperate for quarterbacks talk themselves into trading up in the draft to get the guy they're suddenly convinced can right a listless franchise. It almost never (ever, ever) works, and teams that find themselves picking early in one draft after the next seem slow to learn from history. There are exceptions of organizations coming off down seasons, moving up to take a quarterback, and suddenly winning football games. But more often than not, trading up is a fool's errand.  Last month, three teams in three very different predicaments took the plunge. The 3-13 Chicago Bears have redefined hopeless; for them, Mitchell Trubisky feels like their "any port in the storm" quarterback.