The star wide receiver was answering questions from fans on Twitter on Thursday night when he was asked what team he expects to retire with. The 31-year-old Marshall responded:
If I'm cut tomorrow. I'll retire. This will be my last team⛳️ https://t.co/DSCeBs3iSU— Machine Marshall (@BMarshall) July 17, 2015
Marshall was acquired from Chicago in March. New York reworked his salary, increasing it from $24.3 million total to $26 million over the next three seasons.
He had 61 catches for 721 yards -- his lowest numbers since his rookie season in 2006 -- with eight touchdowns last season.
Marshall was asked by another fan how many more seasons he expects to play, and the receiver tweeted:
After Jets I'm done https://t.co/No9dhdhJB7— Machine Marshall (@BMarshall) July 17, 2015
Marshall told ESPN 1000's "Carmen and Jurko Show" in May 2014 that he one day wants to surpass the numbers put up by Hall of Famer Cris Carter over his illustrious 16-year NFL career.
"They're going to have to rip the jersey off of my back [for me to stop playing]," Marshall said. "I've always said I want to play 14 years. That's always been my goal. But maybe [I'll play until I'm] 36 years old. Who knows?
"I'm trying to pass Cris Carter in everything. I don't think I have it in me to go for Jerry [Rice]. That's 20 years I would have to play. Maybe with modern medicine and all this new technology, I could potentially play that long, but I've had three hip surgeries. I'm just asking for six more [years in the league]."
Carter ranks fourth in league history in receptions (1,101), and receiving touchdowns (130). His 13,899 receiving yards are fourth all time among Hall of Famers after Rice, Tim Brown and James Lofton and ninth all time as Terrell Owens, Randy Moss, Isaac Bruce, Tony Gonzalez and Marvin Harrison also appear ahead of him on the list.
In nine seasons with Denver, Miami and Chicago, Marshall has 773 regular-season receptions (32nd all time) for 9,771 yards and 65 touchdowns.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.