Rodney Harrison
Rodney Harrison
Rodney Harrison
Rodney Harrison
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Free Agent
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HT: 6'01"   WT: 218 lbs.   DOB: 12/15/1972   College: Western Illinois University   Show Contract
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Became unrestricted free agent in February of 2009.
SFree Agent
June 2, 2009
Harrison announced Wednesday that he is retiring to pursue a broadcast career with NBC Sports, the Boston Globe reports.
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  1. Rodney Harrison 2008 Preseason Outlook
    Harrison hasn't played a full season since 2004, but continues to prove he could be a decent IDP option when healthy. He's another year older, so the roll of the dice keeps on getting riskier. If healthy, Harrison could give unexpected value. He finished the 2007 campaign (which started with him suspended) with 68 tackles, two sacks and a pick in 12 games.
  2. Rodney Harrison 2007 Preseason Outlook
    Harrison missed 24 of a possible 37 games over the last two seasons, including the playoffs. He's healthy for now and though age and injuries may have robbed him of a step, he can still rack up tackles (and the occasional pick) for IDP owners with his hard-hitting ways.
  3. Rodney Harrison 2006 Preseason Outlook
    ACL, MCL and PCL are bad letters to see next to your name. Harrison tore all three in Week 3 last year. There was some talk of the 11-year veteran having to call it a career, but Harrison spent the offseason in Foxboro rehabbing and shows every indication that he’s motivated to pick up where he left off. Still, while he should he be back, it’s unclear if it will be by Week 1. What we do know is he plays with an unrivaled mean streak. He’s generated contact like no one else in the defensive backfield; covered, rushed, made open field stops, you name it. The question is whether he still can. On the pro side of the argument, his game was never based on speed, but smarts, instincts and aggression. We noted it in last season’s preview as well: excluding last year, he’s averaged 91.6 solo tackles, 3.3 sacks, 3.8 picks and 7.9 passes defended in nine years as a starter dating back to 1996. Most linebackers can’t say that. Harrison is a special talent worth watching as training camp and fantasy drafts approach.
  4. Rodney Harrison 2005 Preseason Outlook
    Put on a jersey and Rodney Harrison will hit you. Since he became a starter in 1996, Harrison has averaged 91.6 solo tackles, 3.3 sacks, 3.8 interceptions and 7.9 passes defended, which are just insane numbers even for a linebacker. At safety, they’re Hall of Fame quality. He hasn’t finished any year as the No. 1 defensive back in some time. That honor typically goes to whoever snagged nine interceptions that year (and who usually isn’t even in the top 20 the following year). Consistency is Harrison’s game. He has been the No. 4 guy the past two years, has more fantasy points than any other defensive back over that span and fills in every week with high tackle numbers. Since he doesn’t rely on interceptions for a high percentage of his points, Harrison is reliable, and features a skill set that’s sustainable with age. Ed Reed may have a touch more upside, but Harrison won’t fail you, week after week and year after year.
  5. Rodney Harrison 2004 Preseason Outlook
    Used to be there was death, taxes, Derrick Brooks at linebacker and Harrison at defensive back. We've said goodbye to the golden days of Mr. Brooks, and it seemed that way for Harrison after his solo tackles dipped to 71 in 2002. It's uncanny what 16 games under Bill Belichick do for you: 94 solo tackles, three interceptions, three sacks and 11 passes defended. That's pretty much an average year for a healthy Harrison. He's one of the few safeties who's delivered linebacker numbers throughout his career. That he scores with tackles and not interceptions makes his production all the more stable.
  6. Rodney Harrison 2003 Preseason Outlook
    An injured groin and a one-game suspension for a helmet-to-helmet hit cost Harrison three games last year and resulted in a sub-par season for the Pro Bowl strong safety. After the Chargers released him over the winter, Harrison signed with Bill Belichick's Patriots and will play alongside fellow tackling machine Lawyer Milloy, who had an off season last year.
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SFree Agent
June 2, 2009
Harrison announced Wednesday that he is retiring to pursue a broadcast career with NBC Sports, the Boston Globe reports.
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SFree Agent
Quadriceps
June 2, 2009
Harrison (quad) is expected to announce this week whether he is retiring or not, the Associated Press reports.
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SNew England Patriots
Quadriceps
January 30, 2009
Harrison has been rehabbing his torn right quadriceps and is undecided on whether he'll attempt to return to play next season, the Boston Globe reports.
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Rodney Harrison: Torn Quad Ends Season
SNew England Patriots
Quadriceps
October 21, 2008
Harrison suffered a torn quad muscle in his left leg during the Patriots' win over the Broncos Monday, the Boston Globe reports. The injury will end his season and quite possibly his career.
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SNew England Patriots
Quadriceps
October 21, 2008
Coach Bill Belichick did not sound optimistic about Harrison's knee injury after Monday's win over the Broncos, the Boston Globe reports."We have to see how it is," said Belichick. "It doesn't look too good."
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