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Carolina Panthers’ Thomas Davis calls out NBC’s Rodney Harrison

It was one of the sillier stories of Super Bowl Week, NBC’s Rodney Harrison telling his Football Night in America co-hort Dan Patrick that if he was playing against Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, he would try to injure him by going for his knees. Harrison defended his thinking by saying that what the mentality when he played back in the 1990’s into the 2000’s. O...
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In the case of Rodney Harrison: Once a Dirty Player, Always a Dirty Player

If you are an athlete, or once was, then you could probably agree to a universal theme in sports: trash-talking.  It’s simply a part of the culture of sports.  For some competitors, there are no limits and boundaries as to what can be said to an opponent.  But for others, personal comments regarding ones livelihood takes it to a completely different and inappropriate level...
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Panthers LB wants 'clown' Rodney Harrison off the air

Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis had some harsh words for Rodney Harrison after the analyst and former defensive back said his strategy would be to try to take out Cam Newton’s knees. Harrison appeared on the Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday and, when asked about Newton’s dancing, Harrison was honest: he would try to hurt him. “I would try to hurt him,” Harrison said, via...
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Josh Norman Backs Cam Newton Vs. Rodney Harrison With David Tyree Joke

Don’t worry, Cam. Josh has this one. Rodney Harrison turned heads Wednesday on Radio Row by telling “The Dan Patrick Show” he’d try to hurt Cam Newton if he was playing in Super Bowl 50. The comment got back to Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman, who supported his quarterback and fired back at Harrison with a joke that probably won’t sit well with New England Patriots...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Norman burns Rodney Harrison over saying he'd hurt Newton

Rodney Harrison made headlines when he said he would try and hurt Cam Newton to take him out of the Super Bowl. Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman had an epic response when asked about Harrison’s comments: @jeffphowe — Jesse Reed (@JesseReed78) February 3, 2016 Harrison said he said he’d take Newton out of the game and said he’d shoot...
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Rodney Harrison would ‘try and hurt’ Cam Newton by going ‘right at his knees’

Rodney Harrison was one of the dirtiest players in the NFL during his playing days, so it’s not surprising he’d have a devious plan to try and stop Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers from winning the Super Bowl. If Harrison were playing against Newton this upcoming Sunday for the chance to win the Lombardi Trophy, this is how he’d stop the quarterback: "I would go right...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

10 best defensive performances in Super Bowl history

In a league where “defense wins championships,” it’s amazing how seldom defensive players are truly recognized on the grandest stage of American sports: the Super Bowl. Typically speaking, a player on the offensive side of the football makes all the headlines and takes home the MVP award, but every few years it’s a defensive player who stands out most in the Super Bowl....
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Rodney Harrison: Tom Brady Looked Confused By Broncos’ Defense

The Denver Broncos’ defense got the best of the New England Patriots’ offense during the AFC Championship Game; it was that simple. And former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison commended them for it. Harrison made his weekly appearance on WEEI’s “Ordway, Merloni & Fauria” on Wednesday, and he said the Patriots’ 20-18 loss came down to good work by the Broncos’ defensive...
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Rodney Harrison Thinks World Of Julian Edelman, Patriots Receiver’s Impact

It sounds like Rodney Harrison is happy he’s not tasked with slowing down Julian Edelman. Harrison, who now works as an NFL analyst for NBC Sports, joined WEEI’s “Ordway, Merloni and Fauria” on Tuesday to discuss the New England Patriots’ ongoing playoff march. The former Pats safety heaped praise on Edelman, suggesting New England’s entire offense, including quarterback...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Rodney Harrison: Teams 'no longer afraid' to face Patriots

The New England Patriots looked unstoppable through the first 11 weeks of the regular season, posting a 10-0 record and sparking debate over whether they’d run the table en route to a Super Bowl win. Now, the Patriots appear vulnerable. Former Pats safety Rodney Harrison, who currently works as an NFL analyst for NBC Sports, doesn’t see the same mystique New England had earlier...
January 04, 2016  |  Discuss

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