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Rodney Harrison has been asked many times over the past couple of weeks about the Patriots who remain from the 2007 team downplaying the revenge factor in Super Bowl XLVI.
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A prominent former NFL coach and ex-player criticized the lackluster play in the Pro Bowl last weekend – a 59-41 win by the AFC that featured the most points in the game's history and a lot of booing from the crowd at Aloha Stadium.
NBC Sports analyst Rodney Harrison, the Patriots safety when they faced the Giants in the Super Bowl four years ago, said he was embarrassed...
Were he still patrolling the Patriots defensive backfield, maybe Rodney Harrison would preach the team’s party line regarding its Super Bowl rematch with the Giants, which basically can be condensed to this:
NBC commentator was on Patriots' Super Bowl XLII team that lost to Giants in 2008
Rodney Harrison readily admits he is rooting for the Patriots, with whom he won two Super Bowls, to defeat the Giants, even though he now is an NBC analyst.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Patriots have sworn up and down this past week and a half that avenging the Super Bowl XLII loss to the Giants is not a factor in Sunday¹s rematch.
Rodney Harrison, who was a safety on that New England team and is now an analyst for...
Over the past three years, we have all seen the David Tyree catch multiple times. Forget divine intervention helping Tim Tebow win with the Broncos this season. The closest thing I have ever seen to divine intervention on a football field was Eli Manning somehow escaping the grasp of Jarvis Green and Tyree somehow making a catch against his helmet. Rodney Harrison was the man covering...
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Yesterday Peyton Manning was cleared to return to football. I still don’t understand what, exactly, that means. I also don’t know why he’d even consider playing after three neck surgeries involving bones being fused and scary things of that nature. Apparently Rodney Harrison doesn’t either. Harrison, along...
NBC analyst Rodney Harrison was known as a big hitter in his day as an NFL safety, including on two Super Bowl-winning teams for the Patriots.
With the Patriots and Giants getting together once again in the Super Bowl and NBC televising the Super Bowl and Rodney Harrison working for NBC, a fairly significant play from the last Super Bowl featuring the Patriots and Giants will be replayed, re-analyzed, and re-discussed this week, whenever Rodney is within shouting distance of a…
The Patriots spent the last two weeks claiming they won’t be driven by revenge on Sunday. But one former Patriot who recalls the Super Bowl XLII loss said that won’t be the case. “It’s crap. It’s crap,” said former Pats safety Rodney Harrison. “Of course it is. If you played on that 2007 team, you had an opportunity to go 16-0 and and do something that no one has ever...
Rodney Harrison on FOX Sports Daybreak