Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall tried out the Denver Police Department’s shooting simulator this week. This comes after his protests during the national anthem before the start of Broncos games.
The department let Marshall try out its shooting simulator, called the VirTra V-300, CBS4 reports.
“Coming in here I thought it was going to be like a Call of Duty thing. You know, I could just go around and shoot the bad guys,” he said in a Denver police video. “When I got shot in the simulator I wanted to leave and let somebody else handle it."
Visit the Denver police Facebook page on Sunday at 1 p.m. to see a streaming video of Marshall’s full experience in the VirTra V-300.