New York Jets' Brandon Marshall Gets Twitter Heat Thanks To Other B-Marsh
Vincent Carchietta, USATSI

The wrong Brandon Marshall, beastly wide receiver for the New York Jets, was the victim of hate tweets thanks to the Denver Broncos B-Marsh.

When Brandon Marshall woke up and hopped on his Twitter this morning, I doubt he ever expected the following …

Due to the acts of Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall kneeling during the national anthem prior to the NFL’s opening game of the season, the Jets B-Marsh is seeing and hearing hate.

The Broncos Marshall had this to say following his protest, the that is directly hitchhiking off Colin Kaepernick‘s, via Cameron Wolfe of The Denver Post:

“I’m not against the military. I’m not against the police or America. I’m just against social injustice,” Marshall said after the game. “I’m proud of it. I don’t regret it. I know this is right.”

“I feel like this is the right platform. I feel like this is our only platform to be heard,” Marshall said. “A lot of time people want us to just shut up and entertain them. Shut up and play football. But we have voices as well. We’re actually educated individuals that went to college. When we have an opinion and speak it, a lot of people bash us.”

Sorry Jets B-Marsh, those on Twitter will continue their “fool” role until further notice. You may need to update your bio.

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