The New York Giants have reached an agreement with Brandon Marshall on a 2-year deal worth $12 million. 

The former New York Jet will remain in New York, but as a Giant. Marshall will join Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard to form a pretty solid wide receiving team for Big Blue.

Marshall requested to be released from the Jets, in which they granted his request, saving $7.5 million against their salary cap.

The six-time Pro-Bowl selection has played for the Broncos, Dolphins, Bears, and Jets over 11 seasons in the NFL. Marshall has never reached the postseason in his 11-year NFL career.

In 2015, Marshall was voted by the Jets as the team MVP, as he set a franchise record for catches and receiving yards. He also tied for the NFL lead with 14 receiving touchdowns, according to ESPN.

Marshall tweeted a picture of the contract after he signed it on Wednesday.