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Topic - Dexter Manley
Former Washington Redskins star Dexter Manley is in hot water after calling Dallas Cowboys great Troy Aikman a "queer" on WTOP radio Monday morning.
Last year, Manley joined the more than 4,600 former players suing the NFL over head injuries. And Manley's boisterous voice won't be found grumbling about the proposed $765 million settlement reached last week.
Joe Gibbs didn't hear Denny Hamlin predict a victory in the NASCAR race in New Hampshire. And it's a good thing, too.
Former Washington Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley, dubbed the "Secretary of Defense" for the vicious hits he delivered, has joined the torrent of ex-players suing the NFL over concussions sustained during their careers.
"No, I'll just say I'll take that back," Manley said.
"You have a few concussions and you get back on the field," he said. "If you don't, people start giving you names. You're not tough. You can't cut it. You try to get up and go to the huddle. You didn't want to show weakness or the people you play for, the people you play with will label you soft."