Brandon Marshall walks out on interview when asked about racism


For his part, Marshall did say, "Black guys in America get treated differently" and wanted to move on.

Brandon Marshall isn't going to talk about anything he doesn't want to, and WEEI's Kirk & Callahan Show learned that the hard way.

According to TMZ Sports, Marshall appeared on WEEI's Kirk & Callahan and made a decision to end the interview after he was asked about him previously saying that white players, and quarterbacks specifically, were treated differently than black players in the NFL.

"There are a lot of players out there that believe that white players - specifically, at the quarterback position - are treated differently", Marshall said of the suspension being lifted.

It seemed as though the hosts were going to ask Brandon about his history with the law - but Marshall cut 'em off and ended things before they could finish the question. This is not the first time Marshall's name has made the news during the offseason.

The hosts then pressed Marshall, who joins the Giants this season after spending the past two years with the Jets, about whether he believes black athletes are treated differently when disciplined by leagues. You guys made news, man.

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Marshall also walked out of a radio interview Thursday when he was asked about race.

Marshall missed only one game in two years with the Jets, with 17 touchdowns (only three last year) and 2,290 receiving yards.

"Change the subject or I'm getting off".

He then said, 'Change the subject or I'm getting off. Can I get off of this interview? "I'm dropping the mic".

As soon as the hosts asked Marshall what he'd prefer to be talking about, other than 'the news of the day, ' however, Marshall gave up on cleaning up and walked away. His accusations of domestic violence came up and that prompted Marshall to say "Oh s-t", and get up and leave.