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  1. June 8, 2009 at 5:31 am | | Reply

    The way he played in New England is the way he played his entire career. I think that his reputation is what kept him from being selected into Pro Bowls. After fan voting the players and coaches have a vote so that could have prevented that.

    I don’t think Pro Bowls alone should be a determining factor into whether someone should be considered for the Hall of Fame. Statistics don’t lie and we’ll see what happens with Rodney in the future.

    I commend him on his level of intensity and style of play and I’m glad he was a part of our team and family. He is a hard working guy and went 100 percent at everything he did and worked hard to earn those Super Bowl rings. It’ll be interesting to hear his insight on NBC.

  2. June 8, 2009 at 10:22 am | | Reply

    the best part of it all is that Harrison bumped off that mumblin’ stumblin’ goon Bettis from NBC!

    For real though, Harrison is just like you said Josh.. a guy you love when he’s on your team and pretty much a guy you can’t stand if he’s on the opposing team. Hell of a player but to me will falls short of a Hall of Famer. One, because I think he was VERY GOOD, not GREAT and two, safeties just don’t get their due when it comes to HOF voting for some reason.

  3. June 8, 2009 at 12:17 pm | | Reply

    By far one of the best “hard hitting” safeties in the NFL

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