Sometimes it’s nice to have an Uber driver you can talk to. Other times it’s nice to just sit in quiet while they take you from point a to point b.

After this exchange with his driver last night, Brandon Marshall is probably wishing his Uber ride had remained quiet.

While Marshall is still hoping to get a long-term deal from the Broncos this offseason, even under the second-round tender Denver placed on him back in March, he’ll be making $2.553 million in 2016.

There must be some male escorts out there making good money, but it’s hard to imagine any of them are making NFL-football-player money.

Don’t worry, Broncos Country, this is a job opportunity Marshall will be passing on.