/New York Giants' Brandon Marshall walks off radio show after contentious interview

New York Giants' Brandon Marshall walks off radio show after contentious interview

CLOSE

USA TODAY Sports NFL reporter Lorenzo Reyes looks at the five players who need to take their games to another level if their teams are going to have a shot at making the playoffs this season.
USA TODAY Sports

Brandon Marshall gave an interview that became contentious Thursday when two Boston-area radio hosts pushed the New York Giants receiver on race as well as his domestic violence allegations.

WEEI’s Kirk Minihane and Gerry Callahan, both of whom are white, pressed Marshall on his comments nearly two years ago on how the NFL handled the Deflategate suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who has a weekly slot on the show during the NFL season. Marshall said at the time that “white players specifically, at the quarterback position, are treated differently.”

“I’m not getting into the race card with you guys, if that’s what you want to do,” Marshall said. “Black guys in America get treated differently. Period. I’ll just say that.”

Minihane remained undeterred. 

MORE COVERAGE

“Are we done with this interview?” Marshall, who was attending Johnny…

Read Story

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons