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MIAMI — Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall has revealed that he has BPD, otherwise known as Borderline Personality Disorder which causes mood swings and problems in personal relationships.

The Washington Post reports:

The answer is that the Miami Dolphins’ wide receiver has borderline personality disorder and, instead of concealing that fact, he’s choosing to “be the face of BPD.” Marshall talked publicly about it over the weekend, telling the Orlando Sentinel: “I’ll make myself vulnerable if it saves someone’s life because I know what I went through this summer helped save mine.”

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