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Suspicions confirmed: Brandon Marshall on record as hating Denver

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Just when you thought serial abuser Brandon Marshall couldn't become any less sympathetic, voila! Along comes something else to make the Broncos receiver look like a churlish, entitled moron.

Thanks for the latest evidence goes to Tony Kovaleski and Arthur Kane of Channel 7, who got their hands on a police report from his October 2007 drunk-driving arrest. After being pulled over, Marshall apparently went into a profane tirade, saying, "Why aren't you guys out looking for Williams' killer? [That's a reference to slain teammate Darrent Williams.] I hate Denver. I hope I get traded. I hate this fucking city."

A lot of people in Denver probably feel the same way about him at this point.

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