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Brandon Browner Not Fined For Crushing Hit In Patriots-Chargers Game

FOXBORO, Mass. — Brandon Browner’s crushing blow on San Diego Chargers tight end Ladarius Green drew a penalty, but there’s no money coming out of the New England Patriots cornerback’s wallet for the hit. Browner wasn’t fined for his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty that drew a 15-yard flag, according to an NFL spokesman. Browner hit Green when the tight end was targeted...
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Chargers’ LaDarius Green Gets Annihilated By Brandon Browner

San Diego Chargers TE LaDarius Green got absolutely obliterated by Brandon Browner on Sunday Night. Devin McCourty picked off the pass and took it to the house for six, but it was called back because it was ruled a helmet-to-helmet hit. Looking at the replay, it was a pretty clean shoulder-to-shoulder hit, it was just […] The post Chargers’ LaDarius Green Gets Annihilated By...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Browner Flagged For Controversial Hit On Ladarius Green (Videos)

With their offense struggling to put points on the board, the New England Patriots appeared to get a huge spark from their defense. Instead, the yellow flags flew towards Brandon Browner on a momentum-changing penalty call. In the third quarter of New England’s game against the San Diego Chargers, tight end Ladarius Green was juggling a pass from Philip Rivers when he was rocked...
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WATCH: New England Patriots Brandon Browner Smacks the Daylights Out of Chargers WR Ladarius Green

The New England Patriots brought in defensive back Brandon Browner for one primary reason--to smack the crap out of anyone that comes in his immediate area. That is what he was known for back with the Legion of Boom, and that was what the Patriots really needed (along with decent pass coverage too of course).So when he did just that to Chargers wide receiver Ladarius Green Sunday...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Wow, did you see that call in the Patriots-Chargers game??

Now, this is crazy. The New England Patriots were on the receiving end of a nutty call on Sunday night against the San Diego Chargers and had a touchdown taken away. Here was the situation: Chargers QB Philip Rivers found tight end Ladarius Green on a third-quarter player. Green was bobbling the ball while trying to bring it in. But before he did that, he was clobbered by Patriots...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Browner Knocks Chargers’ Ladarius Green Out (Video)

Ladarius Green was trying to make a catch and Brandon Browner came in. Sunday Night’s game may be a bit of a snooze fest but we’re sure this hit woke you up. The post Brandon Browner Knocks Chargers’ Ladarius Green Out (Video) appeared first on Geeks & Cleats.
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Brandon Browner Forces INT With Unreal Hit On LaDarius Green, But Refs Call It Back

The Patriots appeared to take the lead against the Chargers when LaDarius Green was nearly killed by Brandon Browner, the ball was forced into the air, and the Patriots picked it and returned it all the way. But the refs ended up calling Browner for a helmet-to-helmet hit. No touchdown. First of all — and Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Ladarius Green set to overtake Antonio Gates in production? (TE Rankings Discussion)

We released our 2014 Fantasy Football Positional Ranks as a staff in July and have been updating them throughout the offseason in an effort to provide you with the most accurate rankings to use in your draft preparations. Of course, within our ranks you’ll see a variance on different players as each of our analysts holds different viewpoints about their potential outcome this...
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August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Ladarius Green’s “breakout” season may not require gaudy fantasy numbers

Read just about any fantasy football website around this time of year and they’ll be talking about breakout candidates. This year, one of their favorites to break out is San Diego Chargers tight end, Ladarius Green. Green will be just 24 years old this season playing behind an aging veteran in Antonio Gates, and showed flashes of big play ability last season, all things that could...
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July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Final snap counts; targets show Chargers have committed to Ladarius Green and two TE set (touches and targets week 13)

Antonio Gates and Ladarius Green each played virtually all of San Diego’s 67 offensive snaps. Gates drew nine targets and made five catches while Green had six looks this week, making just two catches but finding the endzone. That marks 16 looks and eight catches over three weeks for Green, and the high snap count this week confirms that San Diego has made a marked decision to...
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December 04, 2013  |  Discuss

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