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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Brandon Marshall
Should the Redskins have been guided by Chip Kelly's judgement that DeSean Jackson was more trouble than he's worth?
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is disappointed he's not teammates with Robert Mathis during the Pro Bowl.
Brandon Meriweather issued an apology by proxy Thursday, with the head of the NFL players' union releasing a statement saying that the Washington Redskins safety is "sorry" over comments made about targeting opponents' knees.
After saying he's going to "take peoples' knees out" to avoid another suspension for hits to the head, Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather struck another blow _ declaring that "people who beat their girlfriends should be kicked out of the league."
Moves to consider in the wake of injuries to Jay Cutler, Reggie Wayne, Sam Bradford, Doug Martin and Jermichael Finley.
That scenario is far from ideal with Peyton Manning and the pass-happy Denver Broncos on tap. But the Redskins will have to deal with it after the NFL on Monday handed Meriweather a two-game suspension for repeated violations of the league's ban on hits to the head of defenseless players.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall says he has been fined $10,500 by the NFL for wearing green football shoes in the Oct. 10 game against the New York Giants.
New York is 0-6 for the first time since the 1976 team dropped its first nine, a stunning turn for a franchise that won the Super Bowl two years ago.
Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall understands he's going to turn heads when he speaks out, given his well-publicized struggles with mental illness.
Well, another fantasy year has passed, and I don't know about you, but it was a productive 2012 in the Pallister household.
With one championship under their belt, the Green Bay Packers are already eyeing a few others.
The NFL's oldest rivals are spicing up their Sunday showdown with some serious trash talk.
Everyone in the stadium knows Adrian Peterson is going to get the ball when the Minnesota Vikings are on offense. No one seems to know how to stop him once he does.
The idea that NFL players might use Viagra to gain an edge on the field left Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs practically in tears _ from laughing.
Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall says he has heard of players using Viagra in an effort to gain an edge on the field.
"I'm a good actor out there," he said.
"I know what he likes, I know what he doesn't like," Marshall said. "I know what he bites on so I'm going to give him some double moves, give him some triple moves and I'm going to run right by him a few times."