Troy Vincent, the NFL’s executive vice president of football operations, says the defensive end's hit on Philadelphia quarterback Nick Foles does not warrant a fine or suspension.
His two-game suspension over, Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather realizes he has ‘no choice’ but to tackle within the rules in order to remain in the NFL.
By Liz Clarke |
September 15, 2014
Redskins strong safety Brandon Meriweather will indeed serve his two-game suspension for an illegal hit to the head of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith.
Rambo says he’s ready to fill in at either safety position, in light of Meriweather suspension
Defensive end says, ' If he would've let up just a little bit, he wouldn't have gotten suspended.'
“Unfortunately for Brandon, he’s got a history of these type of events,” Coach Jay Gruden said.
Strong safety punished for an illegal hit to the head of Baltimore Ravens receiver Torrey Smith.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall came to the defense of two of his teammates on Monday, expressing confidence that Robert Griffin III and the offense will begin clicking in the regular season, and encouraging safety Brandon Meriweather to continue to play with aggression.
It was an all-too-familiar sight. Receiver catches the ball, Brandon Meriweather swoops in and delivers a blow to the opponent's head, and in fly the yellow flags.
Facing the media for the first time since receiving a citation for marijuana possession, Redskins rookie cornerback Bashaud Breeland said that he must deal with his punishment.