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In this episode, which we're dubbing "The Wide Receiver Show," Peter King of The MMQB talks in-depth with two of the best pass-catchers in the NFL: Brandon Marshall of the New York Jets and the Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald.
Marshall, an itinerant player on his fourth team in 11 seasons, talks about some of his regrets that caused him to move so often. Diagnosed with the mental illness Borderline Personality Disorder, Marshall also speak about become a spokesman for mental health issues nationwide. He is particularly revealing when discussing some of the people he wishes he could apologize to in his past--and on the state of race relations in the NFL.
Fitzgerald, the league's biggest world traveler, names his favorite places on the planet--and they'll surprise you. He also talks about why he won't play long enough to try to eclipse Jerry Rice's records, and is eloquent on the work he does with a foundation in Minnesota that restores hearing in needy people around the world.