Broncos' Marshall unfazed after losing 2nd endorsement (The Associated Press)

Evaporating endorsements and burning T-shirts won’t deter Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall from continuing to kneel during the national anthem in support of Colin Kaepernick’s protest of social injustices. ”Yes, I will kneel again on Sunday,” said Marshall, who will meet with Denver police Chief Robert White on Tuesday to discuss his call for better police training and treatment of minorities. ”It should create some good dialogue,” Marshall said Monday after losing his second endorsement over his stance and learning a fan had burned a T-shirt outside team headquarters in protest of Marshall’s anthem kneel down.