Marshall was obtained in a deal that has Miami sending their second-round draft pick for this year, as well as their second-round pick in the 2011 draft.
The two-time Pro Bowler signed a tender on Tuesday (April 13), clearing him for a trade and fueling the trade speculation that had been surrounding him all off-season.
Despite having three consecutive seasons with 100 catches and 100 yards, Marshall has had off-the-field problems, including some encounters with the law and a high profile argument with Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels. The receiver was even suspended last pre-season for acting out during practice.
Marshall was paid $2.2 million last year, and according to the Herald his deal "will average at least $10 million per season and also could include guaranteed monies exceeding $30 million."
Marshall could arrive in Miami for a physical as early as today. --Jonathan Eiseman