Blast from Redskins past Redskins past Adam Archuleta seems to side with current Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather, and against the NFL, on the perceived unreasonable target area the league expects defensive players to administer tackles.
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.