Former Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light showed up on radio show Toucher and Rich this morning after his old teammate Brandon Meriweather called in, and told a wonderful story about the time he set up a painfully awkward conversation between the safety and head coach Bill Belichick at the 2011 Pro Bowl.
Last night, Washington's defensive backs entered the field with their hands held high, a silent but striking tribute to Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old shot to death by police in Ferguson, Mo., earlier this month.
Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather is back at practice after serving his one-game suspension for, among other things, a late hit on Bears receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall had strong words for Meriweather after the game. Today, Meriweather fires right back, and goes personal.
Just minutes after concussing Eddie Lacy out of the game, Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather got a taste of his own medicine. He dropped his head in an attempt to take out backup Packers RB James Starks, but ended up with the worst of it.
Packers RB Eddie Lacy was pretty much the definition of a defenseless player when he took this helmet-to-helmet hit from Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather. The Packers announced that Lacy suffered a concussion and is out for the day.
Eddie Lacy knocked out of the game by this Brandon Meriweather shot to his face.
Welcome to Redskinspin! Seriously, though, this is worth it. The Skins will be without safety Brandon Meriweather and receiver Aldrick Robinson against Tampa Bay this afternoon after the two collided with each other during pre-game warmups.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office just dropped an info packet on our inbox. Some interesting tidbits in here. For one: Apopka police stopped a Dodge Stratus with four people inside a few blocks away from the shooting. In the car, the cops found a loaded Smith & Wesson hand gun "wrapped in a sweaty black T shirt…
John Morgan, the attorney for the two men who claim to have been shot by Brandon Meriweather in Apopka, Fla., called me back today to clarify those "doubts" he expressed on WEEI earlier today and to reiterate a few things — namely, that he's not saying that Meriweather shot anyone. He's not saying Meriweather did…
New England Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather allegedly shot two men, one of them in the head, during a fight on Feb. 27 outside a house party in Apopka, Fla., according to John Morgan, attorney for the victims.