Earlier this week, Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall launched an extensive Miami-area radio tour, to promote an upcoming youth football camp.
He was due to visit with our friend Sid Rosenberg of WQAM on Wednesday. But Sid says that the Dolphins pulled the plug on the appearance.
So what was the problem?
“I don’t stop at, ‘You think you’ll catch 100 passes?'” Rosenberg told Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. “I go for the personal stuff. I put people on the spot. I learned
that from Don Imus. I try to find out who these
people are, and that makes some people very uncomfortable.”
Per Jackson, Dolphins spokesman Harvey Greene declined to comment on whether the team advised Marshall not to do the interview with Rosenberg. Which possibly means that the Dolphins did it, and that Greene doesn’t want to give the story more legs by admitting it or, even worse, denying it and giving Sid something he could whine about for the balance of the decade.