​It did not take long for punter Marquette King to unravel with the Denver Broncos.

In his first season with the team after being cut by the Oakland Raiders, King had to be restrained from attacking a member of Broncos media at practice this weekend. 

King purposely sabotaged an interview with hosts of a local station, 104.3 The Fan, so that they had to end the conversation after only 90 seconds. After camp on Saturday, King took to Twitter and used emojis to call media member Darren McKee a c*ck-sucker.

McKee was present the following day at camp, where King threatened him by saying, "keep my name out of your mouth." King was then held back by members of the Broncos' public relations team and was escorted inside.

The former Raiders punter was cut in a ​shocking move by head coach Jon Gruden back in May partially due to his antics on the field after punts. 

Now, it looks like those ticks have made their way off the field and are being lashed out on members of the media.

It became known after his release that ​King was not well liked by some of his teammates in Oakland, but current Denver teammate Shelby Harris took to Twitter to show his support for the punter.

This is certainly not an ideal start for King's ca in Denver.