Brandon Marshall, linebacker with the Denver Broncos, posted the letter Friday on Instagram.
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall announces that he has ended his National Anthem protest. He cites positive change toward ending police violence.
As Kaepernick’s powerful message continues to expand its reach, athletes unite in solidarity to take a stand. These are the athletes who have united against social injustice and police brutality in America.
Denver Bronco’s linebacker Brandon Marshall joined Colin Kaepernick movement and decided to take a knee during the national anthem before his team played the Carolina Panthers. It seems not everybody was here for Marshall’s actions because he lost his endorsement deal with Air Academy Federal Credit Union. Marshall spoke out stating- “I’m against social injustice. […]
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