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NFL star Brandon Marshall is known for being an elite wide receiver and his off the field troubles.

But many didn’t expect him to do what he did just last week — lecture at Harvard University.

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The Miami Dolphins star addressed about 250 students Monday at Harvard University, telling them how therapy helps him cope with the NFL’s pressure and fame.

“I’m excited for this opportunity,” Marshall said. “I’m excited to use my celebrity, my fame, whatever you want to call it, to be one of the faces of mental health.”


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