BOSTON (CBS) – Former Patriots safety and current NBC Sports analyst Rodney Harrison stopped by CBS Scene Friday afternoon for a quick chat with Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak.
Harrison is in town for his good friend Ty Law, who will be enshrined into the Patriots Hall Of Fame. Harrison lauded Law’s work ethic and spoke about the friendship they forged when Rodney came over to New England from San Diego prior to the 2003 season.
Rodney compared the stats of Ty Law to Deion Sanders (both have 53 career interceptions), and says it’s only a matter of time before a yellow Pro Football Hall of Fame Jacket is joined in the closet next to the red Patriots Hall of Fame Jacket that Ty is receiving tonight.
Midway through the interview, the man of the hour himself Ty Law dropped by to talk about his career and what today’s induction means for him.
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