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...