Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall suggests NFL teams show support by giving Colin Kaepernick a job. "He's so strong. He's ready to go."
CBS, which carried Sunday's Broncos-Bills game, announced that its Week 3 rating were up 4 percent compared to its Week 3 ratings in 2016.
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Marshall kneeled during the national anthem for seven games last season as a way to protest racial injustice in America.
Marshall tried out the Denver Police Department's simulator earlier this week.
Inside linebacker Todd Davis says he's optimistic he'll play against New England this weekend after returning to practice Friday on a limited basis.
Marshall stopped kneeling during the national anthem in the Broncos' Nov. 6 game against the Oakland Raiders. He's still receiving hateful and racist messages, though. Marshall posted on InstaGram on Friday about a handwritten letter he received this week.
"I’m 100 percent with Colin Kaepernick and the cause."
"That’s exactly the reason we’re protesting.”
This time, it's Century Link who respects Marshall's right to express himself but thinks it's time to part ways.
"While we respect Brandon’s right of expression, his actions are not a representation of our organization and membership."
Marshall agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Broncos Tuesday.