IN THE 15 YEARS since Cougfan.com launched as “a cyber pub, where all the talk is about one thing – the WSU Cougars,” no athlete has dominated a season like Jerome Harrison. Not Jason Gesser. Not Klay Thompson. No one. “The Ghost” was a statistical firebomb, covering the landscape so completely in 2005 that he was consensus first-team All-America and a top-10 finisher for the Heisman.
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...
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Ultimately, Brett Maxie’s decision to leave Dallas for a job with the Tennessee Titans hinged on the promise of greater autonomy within a defensive system.
Maxie served four seasons as a secondary coach with the Cowboys, splitting coaching duties with Dave Campo, with Campo handling cornerbacks for the most part, and Maxie working with safeties.
With Campo gone, the Cowboys...