The New York Jets have waived all of their 2015 draft picks.
The move means they are now without seven draft picks and no picks from the 2014 draft, so they are still waiting to see if they can get any picks back.
The Jets had four first-round picks, including the top two picks.
Fitzpatrick and Marshall were both taken in the second round.
The team also waived tight end Brandon Flowers.
Flowers had two interceptions in six games as a rookie last year.
Flowers, who had three touchdowns in his first two NFL games, will become a free agent.
Flowers is entering his third season with the Jets after spending three years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Flowers has started all eight games in the past two seasons, with three starts this year.
The second-round pick of the Bills, Flowers is set to make $3.5 million in base salary this season.
Flowers also was on the roster when the Jets signed quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick in February.