New rules discouraging hits to the head have led defensive players to increasingly tackle low in recent years -- and although these hits lead to other injuries, the former Patriot standout thinks they're a necessary evil.
The roles have changed as Brendon Ayanbadejo, now a member of the media with FOXSports.com, interviews his former coach, John Harbaugh, who led the linebacker and Baltimore Ravens to a win in the Super Bowl.
Many members of the '12th Man' think the latest Beats by Dre ad portrays them as out of control maniacs . . . not to mention makes Colin Kaepernick the conqueror of Seattle. Does it go too far? Watch and judge for yourself.
Linebackers hit and bleed; receivers catch and complain about not getting the ball or a penalty flag. That is how the NFL works. But on Monday night, a certain All Pro WR turned the tables — and it was painful.