Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has no regrets about his locker room outburst, but he wished that he did it behind closed doors.
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The Chicago Bears suffered a shocking 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins at home, and their record fell to 3-4. The Bears now having a losing record may be part of the reason why the players were furious in the locker room after the game.
Many players yelled at each other and were pulled out of the locker room. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall was particularly upset about the loss, and he proceeded to call out teammates, including quarterback Jay Cutler.
The wide receiver said he does not regret calling out his teammates, but he did say there was something he would change about it.
“The only thing I regret is that the door wasn’t closed, you know, but I wouldn’t change any of my reaction because it came from my heart, and that’s how I felt, that’s how I still feel,” Marshall said on Inside the NFL.
Marshall also insisted that he has no ill will toward Cutler and said that he is still the Bears’ leader.
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