Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Brandon Marshall Loses Another Endorsement, Says He Will Kneel Again For National Anthem

By Denver Post, Sep 12, 2016 

Brandon Marshall says he has no regrets. He doesn’t regret kneeling for the national anthem ahead of the Broncos’ season opener against the Panthers on Thursday. He doesn’t regret his peaceful protest of racial inequity and police brutality. And he doesn’t regret it all, even as the backlash and hatred pile on.

Marshall, a teammate of Colin Kaepernick’s at the University of Nevada, said he had made the calculated decision to join the 49ers quarterback standing — or kneeling — for his beliefs, but expected pushback.

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1 comment:

  1. I'm very confused as to why Kaepernick is some kind of folk hero, but Brandon Marshall is a villain. Last night ESPN couldn't have been more supportive of Kaepernick, had a reporter on the sidelines to talk about what went on from her perspective, ran video of him signing autographs -- but Marshall is losing endorsements. This is making no sense! Either they're both wrong or they're both right, why the different treatment?


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