Brandon Marshall says what happened in Miami happens around the NFL

Oct 10, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) reacts after scoring a touchdown against the New York Giants during the first half at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

While many general managers and coaches have come out in recent days, suggesting that the culture of their franchise is not like that of the Miami Dolphins which allowed bullying/hazing to go on, former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall says that’s not the case.

Marshall, now a Chicago Bears wide receiver spent two seasons with the Miami Dolphins (2010-2011) and told Michael Wright that what happened in Miami happens all over the league, suggesting it needs to change:

Marshall said what happened in Miami happens all over the NFL. Said it’s the culture of the league and it needs to change.

The talented wideout also talked about Richie Incognito, a former teammate, suggesting that he doesn’t want to see him banned from the league.

We’ve seen a handful of different opinions and view points from both players and franchises in the past few days, many players suggesting that it’s a ‘right of passage’ while many owners/general managers/coaches say such events don’t take place within their franchise.

Who to believe?

Topics: Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, Richie Incognito

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