Brandon Meriweather Delivers Knockout Blow (Off the Field) to Brandon Marshall
Brandon Meriweather has...a reputation.
The Washington Redskins safety likes to hit people in the head. It's common knowledge that Meriweather pushes the NFL's new "defenseless player" protocols to their limits. So it was something of a surprise when the two-time Pro Bowler needed all of seven weeks to rack up his first fine of the season.
Meriweather initially was fined and suspended for two games after a helmet-to-helmet hit on Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall in their Week 7 game. That suspension was eventually halved to one game, but Marshall refused to mince words regarding his thoughts on Meriweather, suggesting that the safety be "taken out of the game completely."
Meriweather's reaction was nothing short of priceless.
Check out my thoughts on the Marshall-Meriweather feud in the latest episode of Let Me Get This Straight. Enjoy my habanero-like takes in the video above, and leave your own thoughts in the comments below.
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