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Today's 4@4 segment consisted of who we believe will be the next Patriot Inducted into Hall of Fame. We talk Rodney Harrison , Ty Law, Richard Seymour, and Randy Moss.
NBC Sports NFL analyst Rodney Harrison made his weekly appearance on Ordway, Merloni and Fauria on Tuesday to discuss the officials’ mistakes in the Patriots-Bills
Talking about Tom Brady last week , Rodney Harrison said that Deflategate “is pissing him off, big time” and Damien Woody said, “There’s going to be hell to pay for the rest
will play the A.D. [After Deflategate] years of his career with a vengeance. So does his longtime teammate, Rodney Harrison : “You’ve got way over $100 million in the bank. You’ve got a beautiful wife. You’ve got a beautiful family. The
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
Rodney Harrison NBC Sports NFL analyst Rodney Harrison made his weekly appearance on Ordway, Merloni and Fauria on Tuesday to discuss the officials’ mistakes in the Patriots-Bills game Monday night and also the Patriots’ injuries on offense
ESPN’s Rodney Harrison checked in with Ordway, Merloni & Fauria on Wednesday to discuss the latest news from Foxboro and around the NFL, including the
Rodney Harrison ESPN’s Rodney Harrison checked in with Ordway, Merloni & Fauria on Wednesday to discuss the latest news from Foxboro and around the NFL, including the Patriots’ injury woes and the Peyton Manning issue in Denver. To hear the
The Giants — not so well.” NBC Sports analyst Rodney Harrison on the Giants and their loss to New England: “They had ..... seeing. I would play Brock.” NBC Sports analyst Rodney Harrison on Manning and the Broncos : “As good as Peyton
Rodney Harrison Rodney Harrison has seen and experienced enough to know that there’s no sure thing, especially when the Patriots take on the Giants . That’s why he told WEEI’s midday show Tuesday that there’s no way Bill Belichick and