Brandon Marshall Ends Interview After Question About Comment on White QBs

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"For me, I just knew I couldn't be in that environment", Marshall said on "Boomer & Carton" on WFAN.

According to TMZ Sports, Marshall appeared on WEEI's Kirk & Callahan and chose 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. You got Brandon Marshall to say, 'Black guys get treated differently, ' and I'm going to drop the mic on you guys...

Appearing at the time on Showtime's "Inside the NFL", Marshall said he believed Brady's suspension was ultimately overturned because of "The race card. Black guys in America get treated differently".

Marshall tried to warn them he was going to leave if they didn't stop, but clearly the hosts didn't listen.

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Marshall then took off his headphones and walked away.

"Are we done with this interview?"

Marshall's tone was defensive, but he didn't become confrontational until the hosts continued to press him.

Shown by the TMZ story, Marshall stopped the interview and walked out after the radio hosts began that line of questioning. You guys made news now.

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"Change the subject or I'm getting off". Alright, I'm done with you guys. "I'm dropping the mic".

The audio-only version of the interview posted on WEEI appears to be edited to remove a short portion of both the hosts' and Marshall's comments - clearly audible in the Facebook video - immediately before the interview ends, making it seem as though Marshall's exit came about more abruptly than it actually did. "So I'll just say that".

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