Former San Diego Chargers and Buffalo Bills linebacker Shawne Merriman joins Michael Robinson on NFL Total Access: The Locker Room to give insight into his playing days. First, Merriman gives a locker room story about having to pay for an expensive dinner for the veterans when he was a rookie. Then, he talks about something people don't know about former Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and to follow, discusses where his nickname came from. Next, he touches on the hardest hit he's ever taken. After that, Merriman explains how he ended up in Buffalo and then picks who he would start a franchise with, quarterback Josh Allen or Justin Herbert? To wrap up the show, he goes into detail on the MMA organization he's working with, Lights Out Xtreme Fighting.
NFL is kicking off a $6.2M responsible betting campaign
The NFL is spending $6.2 million to help expand programs to prevent or treat problem gambling across the country. The league is launching a responsible betting initiative aimed at getting fans to set limits on their wagers, understand the risks of betting, and know where to get help if things get out of hand