Former Star WR Brandon Marshall Has Police Called on Him Attempting to Move Into New Home

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By RADIO.COM

Former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who made six Pro Bowls during a decorated NFL career, shared a video of him attempting to move into his new home in Weston, Florida.

Rather than it being an exciting day, the 36-year-old was met with resistance, as his name wasn't on the list for the neighborhood, and a security guard called the police on him:

Across 13 NFL seasons, Marshall accumulated 12,351 receiving yards and 83 touchdowns. He was an All-Pro as a member of the Chicago Bears in 2012, and led the NFL with 14 touchdown catches for the New York Jets in 2015. Spotrac estimates that Marshall, now a co-host on FS1's "First Things First," made over $60 million in his career.

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