DENVER -- Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall may have come out of the Super Bowl 50 rematch a champion again, but sponsors are bailing on his image due to his actions ahead of the game.
Marshall helped push the Broncos into a national conversation on racial injustice by kneeling in protest of the national anthem on Thursday ahead of the team's contest with the Carolina Panthers.
The move has cost him. The Air Academy Federal Credit Union first dropped him, and now it appears CenturyLink, a communications company.
He had contracts to appear on air for CentruryLink to promote their television service in Denver. CenturyLink released a statement Monday.
Marshall confirmed the move Monday, saying, "I just lost another endorsement ... it's not going to make me lose any sleep."
Following his protest of the national anthem, Marshall said he's simply against social injustice, not those in uniform.
"I'm not against the military, the police or America at all," Marshall said.
Marshall said Monday he plans to meet with the Denver Police Chief and the police union on Tuesday, saying he has good ideas for both parties.
Still, Marshall said he's not going to think much about the financial loss.
"I don't regret anything I did or losing endorsements," he said.