Rodney Harrison's career may be done...

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  1. disaacks3

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    Well, that's ONE less 'dirty player' in the NFL...though I admit he always played with heart.
     
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    I'd take a Rodney Harrison type player on this team.
     
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    Rodney Harrison is a punk.

    I respect him because he does put it all on the line when he is out there on the field.

    But he is a dirty player.
     
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    He's a difference maker who uses fear and intimidation to win.

    I wish our DC understood this.
     
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    Cmon Rodney. Just rub some dirt on it. If that doesn't work just use more HgH.
     
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    Agreed, many people hate the guy but he has always been really affective and fun to watch. It's a shame that he'll be remembered more for being a dirty player rather than a great player who was a very big impact into helping his team go to 4 SB's.
     
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    If you needed a big play in a big game, you could count on Rodney.
     
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    ....Unless he was covering David Tyree in the Super Bowl.
     
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    lol

    I forgot about that.
     
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    I bet Harrison wishes he could too.
     
  11. Brando

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    Harrison has been one of my favorite players going all the way back to his San Diego days. I would have loved him to be on the Texans.
     

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