Rodney Harrison On Defending Cam Newton: 'I Would Try To Hurt Him, I Would Go Right At His Knees'"It's just what it is, man. It's football. They're trying to hurt you -- cheap shots, wide receivers coming at your knees, pushing you in your back. That's just war."
Chad Pennington Talks Life In Football On Toucher & RichFormer NFL quarterback Chad Pennington was a guest of 98.5 The Sports Hub's Toucher & Rich show Friday morning
Rodney Harrison, Ty Law Chat With Gresh & ZoFormer Patriots greats Rodney Harrison and Ty Law stopped by CBS Scene to chat with Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak.
Rodney Harrison: Opponents Will Target Rob Gronkowski's KneesOpponents know Rob Gronkowski's weakness, and they won't hesitate to attack.
Robert Kraft Likens Patriots' Free-Agency Strategy To Finding 'Brioni Suits At Half-Price'The Patriots have their own philosophy when it comes to approaching free agency, and Robert Kraft detailed the thought process from Phoenix.
Tracy's Take: Injuries Part Of Game, But Player Safety Should Be Primary ConcernIt’s becoming a bigger topic by the day. Whether it’s the NFL or the NHL, concerns for player safety are coming to a head.
Rodney Harrison: Patrick Chung Should Be BetterRodney Harrison said Patrick Chung has the talent to be much, much better.
Rodney Harrison: 'I Think I Had At Least 20 Or 30 Concussions'Rodney Harrison revealed he's afraid of what might happen to his body due to the head injuries he sustained playing in the NFL.
Former Patriot Harrison Rips Gronkowski For Partying After Super Bowl LossBack when the Patriots used to win the Super Bowl rather than lose it, there was a certain standard set by the veterans.
Harrison On Felger & Mazz: Haynesworth QuitFelger and Massarotti were joined by former New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison to discuss the state of the Pats.
Felger & Mazz: Dealing With The Perception Of Being A "Finesse" TeamFelger and Massarotti started the day off discussing this weekend Patriots game against the Giants. How have these teams changed since Super Bowl XLII?
Steelers Harrison Bashes Patriots, Still Bitter About 2004 AFC ChampionshipSteelers Linebacker James Harrison is known for his hard hits and brash remarks, and is once again taking aim at the NFL and the New England Patriots.