Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather was fired up as he returned to the team Monday following a one-game suspension for repeated helmet-to-helmet collisions.
As the NFL continues to bring the hammer down on defensive players for harsh hits to the upper body, offensive players seem to get a pass, and those big bruisers are starting to take notice. But this is nothing different from the evolution of other sports throughout history.
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather’s two-game suspension from the NFL for multiple helmet-to-helmet hits was cut in half Wednesday on appeal.
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Redskins’ corner Josh Wilson defended teammate Brandon Meriweather and hits he made on defenseless Bears receivers Sunday – which earned him a two-game suspension from the NFL – saying they weren’t “dirty […]
The Redskins’ defensive coaches must have Jordan Pugh on speed dial right now. A week after the backup safety was released, Washington might be seriously desperate for safety help ASAP.
The NFL has seen enough of Brandon Meriweather’s helmet-to-helmet hits and a suspension is forthcoming for the Washington Redskins safety according to multiple reports.
The Washington Redskins may need to stamp ‘Fragile’ on Brandon Meriweather’s forehead. The safety is undoubtedly a playmaker, but he should only be used in case of an emergency because once he’s unveiled, he’s sure to get hurt.
The 2013 debut of Brandon Meriweather lasted little more than a quarter before coming to an abrupt conclusion.
The Washington Redskins have been waiting a long time for Brandon Meriweather.
Safety Brandon Meriweather, nose tackle Barry Cofield and quarterback Kirk Cousins were the three players on the Washington Redskins injury report.