Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall lost two endorsement deals after he joined his former teammate, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, in taking a knee during the national in protest.  Since then, Russell Simmons has publicly offered an endorsement deal to Marshall through his RushCard company.

Air Academy Federal Credit Union and CenturyLink, a cable/communications company both dropped Marshall.

CenturyLink released this statement:

“America is anchored in the right of individuals to express their beliefs. While we acknowledge Brandon’s right, we also believe that whatever issues we face, we also occasionally must stand together to show our allegiance to our common bond as a nation. In our view, the national anthem is one of those moments. For this reason, while we wish Brandon the best this season, we are politely terminating our agreement with him.”

Simmons took to his Instagram account and revealed that he supports Marshall and will make him an offer for a new sponsorship deal.

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