Video: Brandon Marshall appears in PSA for mental health

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Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall appears in a public service announcement encouraging men to talk about mental health.

The PSA campaign was started by the non-profit organization Bring Change 2 Mind, founded by actress Glenn Close.

Marshall, who has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, joins hockey player Ben Scrivens, actor Wayne Brady and musician Michael Angelakos in the campaign

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