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Brandon Marshall plans to “go down with the boat”

Another day, another member of the Jets organization channels Micheal Ray Richardson. Last week, coach Todd Bowles conveyed the spirit of Richardson’s all-time great sound bite. This week, receiver Brandon Marshall tracked it more literally when asked about quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. “I’m staying in this ship with him,” Marshall told reporters. “Obviously right now, we’re…
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