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Topic - Rodney Harrison
This was always the danger of Mike Shanahan drafting Kirk Cousins, a highly regarded college quarterback, in the same draft as Robert Griffin III. This isn't Chase Daniels, or even Rex Grossman. People think Kirk Cousins can play.
After the marathon bombings, the cities of Boston and New York put aside their bitter rivalries and joined in their mutual love of sports and country.
The dustup over deer-antler spray didn't last long, which is probably just as well. No reason to ruin Ray Lewis' retirement, or the week-long spectacle of everything that is the National Football League in this party town.
Eli Manning took home the MVP. Plaxico Burress had the game-winning catch. David Tyree got the biggest prize in the 2008 Super Bowl _ an unforgettable moment that forever will be his.
Heavily fined Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison calls NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell a "crook" and a "devil," among other insults, in a magazine article.
Minutes into his new job, Tony Dungy did what he was hired to do: He offered an opinion.
Ty Warren was stunned when he saw the bare spots where pictures of former Patriots stars once hung. He and his teammates wondered what was going on.
The New England Patriots faltered badly late last season without four veteran leaders who were gone before the opener.
Unlike last week, when Little Brother won the NFC Championship game at Green Bay, Peyton Manning will be in attendance a week from tonight when Eli's New York Giants try to prevent the New England Patriots from making history in Super Bowl XLII.
His colleague, former Patriots Super Bowl winner Rodney Harrison agreed, saying Cousins would be better than what he called a "75 percent RG3."
Today he works as a television analyst and seems healthy, but said on the "Costas Tonight" Super Bowl special that he gets headaches from bright lights and playing golf and has some anxiety issues he believes were caused by concussions.