The NFL has recently cracked down by issuing fines for a few players for what they term violent helmet-on-helmet hits. So, a number of players in the locker room were asked their opinions regarding the fines and how you can prevent the hits from happening.
Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder says that removing facemasks may work. But, more importantly, it would allow fans to see his pretty face. He also was asked about Sunday’s opponent, the Ben Roethlisberger-led Pittsburgh Steelers, and how his size can pose a problem for defenses.
You can see the media availability for Channing here:
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