The Patriot Way isn’t for everyone. The same can be said for Bill Belichick’s style of coaching. Some love it while others want no part of it.

Former Patriots defensive end Cassius Marsh says he hated it.

Now in San Francisco, Marsh ripped the Patriots use of him and his time in New England last season. He claimed players aren’t enjoying themselves.

“They don’t have fun there. There’s nothing fun about it. There’s nothing happy about it. I didn’t enjoy any of my time there, you know what I’m saying?” Marsh said. “It made me for the first time in my life think about not playing football because I hated it that much.”

Acquired before the NFL’s cut-down day, Marsh appeared in nine games but looked out of place. He had trouble setting the edge, and made only one sack before being released.

“They asked me to do a bunch of stuff that I had never done: covering running backs and receivers and basically almost never rushing the passer, which is what I did in playing defensive line,” Marsh said.

The Patriots gave up a fifth and seventh round pick for the player. After being released, Marsh was signed by the 49ers.

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Smith said the ruling creates a “false narrative” surrounding the message Colin Kaepernick was trying to convey. Smith, acquired in an offseason trade with the Eagles, added the restrictions make it seem like everything Kaepernick, Eric Reid and other protesters did was in vein.