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Brandon Marshall Finally Addresses the "I AM Athlete" Breakup
Brandon Marshall is a former NFL wide receiver turned TV personality who has evolved into a Sports and Media mogul with his chain of global gyms called “House Of Athlete” and his online media channel “I AM Athlete." Known for his highly decorated career, breaking many records, and leading many of the stats in his position during the time. Bet on any sport of your choice at any of the Michigan online casinos such as DraftKings, FanDuel, and BetMGM.
He and his team had great success with their podcast when it launched during the pandemic co-hosted by himself and a few of his friends, former NFL players Fred Taylor and Channing Crowder. They sky-rocketed through the roof and as they got bigger it started to become clear that the chemistry between the trio had somewhat altered or changed from fluid to aggressive. Simultaneously we were seeing the growth of the I AM Athlete merch/apparel brand at the beginning and end of each episode, the backdrop to all these locker room conversations were also being hosted at the “House of Athlete” facilities.
Explaining the situation on the Bussin’ With the Boys podcast, Fred Taylor said: “Because Brandon (Marshall) made the initial investment, he took it upon himself to gain the majority of the control and the ideas.” In his interview, Marshall agreed with Fred Taylor and said that he, “initially invested $11 million and still employs up to 67 people and continues to steer the vision forward.” On both sides, it's been stated that there are no ill feelings or grudges and that the aim is to keep moving forward.
Brandon Marshall was clearly moving like an owner and not only a paid creative.