Rodney Harrison isn’t attacking the New England Patriots, but he’s not exactly defending them, either.
The former safety has been on the Patriots’ side in the past — he spent six seasons in New England after nine years with the San Diego Chargers — but he had mixed feelings about Deflategate during an appearance Friday on NBC Sports Radio’s...
Rodney Harrison has used his status as an NFL analyst to defend his former team on several occasions in the past, but he didn’t exactly fight for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s reputation while discussing Deflategate. During an appearance on NBC Sports Radio’s “Going Deep” with Amani Toomer and Dan Schwartzman on Friday, Harrison...Read More
Rodney Harrison has never shied away from speaking his mind about his former team. The Patriots are a decade away from their last Lombardi trophy. According to Harrison, he knows why: The defense.
We all know NFL players are often willing to spend thousands of dollars to keep the same jersey number when they join a new team. Heck, Darrelle Revis reportedly paid $50,000 to keep No. 24 when he went to Tampa Bay. But how much can you pay before it becomes too much. What about sex […]
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San Diego Chargers
- Monday’s Mock: Will the Bolts find the next Jamal Williams? (READ)
- Five cornerbacks capable of stepping in and helping the Bolts now. (READ)
- Watch Rodney Harrison lay the wood. (READ)
- Reasons for Hope in San Diego. (READ)
Today, we bring to you the inaugural Wood Layer Wednesday where we feature a player who horrified wide receivers attempting to go over the middle. While we are all for increased safety and player health, football is a physical game, and players like Rodney Harrison molded the sport into what it has become. If you are like me, you grew up watching football that was about pounding...