Today, before the first NFL game of the day on CBS, the network aired a special on former Cleveland Browns running back Jerome Harrison during its pre-game show.
Harrison, who was Cleveland’s fifth round pick in 2005 and famously rushed for 286 and three touchdowns yards in a game back in 2009, later ended up as a member of the Detroit Lions. He was set to be traded to the Philadelphia...
Former Cleveland Browns running back Jerome Harrison is suffering from post-tumor seizures, according to former teammate Josh Cribbs.
When the Detroit Lions traded the running back back to the Philadelphia Eagles, the team doctors discovered a brain tumor. The trade was nullified and Harrison was sent back to the Lions.
While talking about his own recovery from a recent concussion...
It’s been nearly a year since the Detroit Lions attempted to trade RB Jerome Harrison to the Philadelphia Eagles. The deal was vetoed after it was determined Harrison had a brain tumor during the pre-trade physical with the Eagles’ medical staff. Harrison underwent a surgical procedure to remove the tumor shortly after the diagnosis. In May, his agent told the team’s official...
Doctors who performed brain surgery on Detroit Lions running back Jerome Harrison last Friday reportedly believe they were able to remove the entire tumor.The growth was discovered during a physical after Harrison had been
traded from Detroit to Philadelphia earlier this week for Ronnie Brown.
The trade was rescinded.
The Detroit Free Press reported that Harrison had been experiencing...
Jerome Harrison's surgery to remove a brain tumor went well, according to an ESPN report. Harrison underwent the procedure Friday, three days after he was traded from the Lions to the Eagles in a deal that was voided when Philadelphia doctors discovered the mass after he complained of headaches during his physical.
If you're wondering, RB Jerome Harrison is listed on the Lions' "reserve/non-football illness list." The Lions signed RB Eldra Buckley this week, a guy who could be active for today's game. For more on Harrison's health, check out Chris McCosky's report here.
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Before he was sent to the Eagles as part of the voided trade that might have saved his life, Lions running back Jerome Harrison experienced headaches bad enough that he wore sunglasses to practice, several teammates said Friday.
Detroit Lions running back Jerome Harrison was scheduled to undergo surgery Friday afternoon for a brain tumor.
The tumor was discovered during a physical after Harrison had been traded from Detroit to Philadelphia earlier this week for Ronnie Brown. The trade was rescinded.
The Detroit Free Press reported that Harrison had been experiencing headaches with the Lions, at times wearing...
A day after learning he failed his physical with the Philadelphia Eagles because of a brain tumor, the Detroit Lions placed running back Jerome Harrison on the reserve/non-football illness list this morning.
ESPN is reporting that Detroit Lions running back Jerome Harrison has a brain tumor.
The network cited two NFL sources it did not identify in Thursday's report. It says the tumor was revealed when Harrison had a physical after being dealt this week by Detroit to the Philadelphia Eagles in a trade that was voided by the discovery.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz wouldn't confirm...
Via AP on Fox
October 20, 2011