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The trade that wasn't might have saved Jerome Harrison's life.
As Philadelphia Eagles doctors were giving newly acquired running back Jerome Harrison his physical, they discovered a brain tumor that nullified a trade with the Detroit Lions, according to two league sources. The trade might have actually saved Harrison's life, the sources said. Without the deal being made, Harrison would not have undergone a physical. The tumor is now being...
Hot News for RB Jerome Harrison
Well, we now know why Jerome Harrison failed a physical administered by the Eagles earlier this week.According to ESPN, Harrison has a brain tumor.
DETROIT - ESPN is reporting that Detroit Lions running back Jerome Harrison has a brain tumor.
The network cited...
Though the activity up to Tuesday’s trade deadline was not exactly buzzing, two teams, the Lions and Eagles — for the most part — pulled off a player-for-player trade, a rarity these days in the NFL.
Unfortunately, swaps like these have conditions, why is they usually don’t take place. One of these conditions came up in this particular trade, rendering it canceled.
The reason for Jerome Harrison's failed physical, the one that voided the trade between the Lions and Eagles, was a brain tumor, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions agreed to a trade on Tuesday that would've sent Harrison to Philadelphia. A day later, however, the trade was voided when Harrison did not pass a physical.
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Detroit's trade with Philadelphia that exchanged seldom-used veteran running backs Ronnie Brown and Jerome Harrison has been voided.
Ronnie Brown will stay with Philadelphia Eagles and Jerome Harrison will stay with the Detroit Lions, according to Adam Schefter.<a
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Justin Durant and Tony Scheffler were limited participants in their returns from concussions. Running back Jerome Harrison, who is reported to have a brain tumor, is listed as out with an illness by the team.
Detroit running back Jahvid Best has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Atlanta because of a concussion. The Lions also put running back Jerome Harrison on the reserve/non-football illness list after he was reportedly diagnosed with a brain tumor. Coach Jim Schwartz said Friday that Harrison was in "very good spirits," but any details on his condition would have...