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of runs. As frustrated Yankees fan Mike Greenberg used to say, “I’ve never seen him make an out.” 6. Rodney Harrison Harrison was already widely considered one of the NFL’s most accomplished headhunters before he got to New England
testament to the secondary’s ability to stay with people in man, something we haven’t seen since the Ty Law- Rodney Harrison era. And it is glorious. There was one play where Revis had his man (I think it was Kearse but don’t quote me) so blanketed, he came
become a tremendous defensive presence in his seven seasons at linebacker for the Patriots, winning three rings. • Rodney Harrison was a rock-solid safety picked up prior to the start of the 2003 season and helped stabilize the New England
offseason, but the addition of Revis represents the same sort of seismic jolt the franchise received during the 2003 ( Rodney Harrison , Rosevelt Colvin ), 2004 (Corey Dillon) and 2007 ( Randy Moss , Wes Welker , Adalius Thomas ) offseasons. If
signing them to a good deal that works for both sides. (While neither were considered elite additions at the time, Rodney Harrison and Mike Vrabel were added relatively early in the free agent process by the Patriots in 2003 and 2001, respectively
here, kid: We’ ve already had one former coach compare you to Tedy Bruschi . Now, we’ re going to give you Rodney Harrison ‘ s old number. Why not have him dress in Willie McGinest ‘ s locker while you’ re at it? By the sound of
the regular-season, but he did return for the postseason — a 28-21 loss to the Jets in the divisional round. Rodney Harrison — Prior to the 2007 season, Harrison was suspended the first four games for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse
fact that Pro Bowl berths are devalued in this day and age — he landed just as many (two) as former NFL great Rodney Harrison . 1. Chad Jackson (2nd round, 36th overall, 2006): This is a pick that really incorporates Belichick’s
NBC Sports NFL analyst Rodney Harrison made his weekly appearance on Middays with MFB on Tuesday to discuss the Patriots’ win over the Seahawks in the Super Bowl and
Rodney Harrison NBC Sports NFL analyst Rodney Harrison made his weekly appearance on Middays with MFB on Tuesday to discuss the Patriots’ win over the Seahawks in the Super Bowl and to also talk about Bill Belichick and Tom Brady ‘s legacies