Looks like the Broncos’ Brandon Marshall and Chance the Rapper hung out this week

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It appears Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall got to kick it with Chance the Rapper when the artist was in town for his concert Tuesday.

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Chance, who’s real name is Chancelor Bennett, is in the middle of his Coloring Book World Tour.

Marshall, who was a key piece of last year’s Super Bowl team, has followed Colin Kaepernick’s lead and knelt during the national anthem in both of the Broncos’ games this season as a way to raise awareness about racial inequality in America.

He hasn’t shied away from explaining the reasons why he’s doing so.

Earlier this month, he met with Denver Police Chief Robert White, and he has since pledged to give $300 for every tackle he makes this season to various causes.

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