Defensive leader rolls with the punches
FOXBORO, Mass. -- You can take his money, trample his good name and beat him to the ball.
Rodney Harrison shrugs it all off and comes back just as hard.
Last Sunday, the New England safety struck back with heavy hits on Miami tight end Randy McMichael. On Wednesday, he fired back verbally at McMichael's claim that he's a dirty player.
"I really don't care what he says," Harrison said. "He's a good young player. He has some growing up to do, but it really doesn't matter."
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