crankdatfalcon Posted October 18, 2010 Share Posted October 18, 2010 Retired safety Rodney Harrison, now an analyst for NBC, was fined more than $200,000 during his career and was suspended for one game in 2002 for a helmet-to-helmet hit."You didn't get my attention when you fined me 5 grand, 10 grand, 15 grand," he said during the "Sunday Night Football" broadcast. "You got my attention when I got suspended and I had to get away from my teammates and I disappointed my teammates from not being there. But you have to suspend these guys. These guys are making millions of dollars."One of the most dirtiest safety's that played the game now wants to comment on dirty hits. What type of s### is that???It would be so freaked up if d-rob gets suspended or even fined for a clean, legit hit..James harrison's hit was dirty, that deserves a suspension. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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