March 31, 2015
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Brandon Marshall broke his silence today but didn't really say anything.
The Denver Broncos' Pro Bowl receiver hovered outside the locker room until 12:04 p.m., then went to his locker to answer questions for less than two minutes in his first interview since his suspension last month.
Marshall ignored questions about that suspension, his health and his state of mind and instead talked only about how he was preparing to face the Cleveland Browns this week.
Marshall missed almost all of the team's offseason program while rehabbing from hip surgery, protesting his contract and the team's refusal to trade him and serving a suspension for insubordination.