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Old 09-26-2005, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Patriots' Harrison reportedly done for season

Patriots safety Rodney Harrison tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and will miss the rest of the season, according to a report Monday by the Boston Globe, which quoted an anonymous source close to the situation.

The Patriots will likely wait until Wednesday to make an official announcement, the report said.

The 12-year veteran was injured in the first quarter of Sunday's win over the Steelers.

Harrison underwent a MRI on Monday.

"I hear it's an ACL (anterior cruciate ligament), so he's definitely out for the year," the source told the Globe.

Harrison, who turns 33 in December, will need about 9-12 months of rehab before he can return to the field.

His agent, however, wondered if this would put an end to Harrison's career.

"I just keep my fingers crossed that Rodney does what is in his best interest," Harrison's agent Steve Feldman told the Globe Monday afternoon. "If that's rehab and coming back that's great, if it's not coming back, that's great too.

"He certainly hasn't left anything on the table. He's put all he has into the game."

Feldman added that he felt bad for his client, who had his career resurrected by New England after the Patriots acquired the hard-hitting safety in 2003.

"The Patriots stepped up and saved his career, and he loved 'em for it," Feldman said. "This is the last thing in the world that he could ever thought would happen right now.

"It's absolutely devastating."

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Old 09-26-2005, 05:47 PM   #2
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Default Re: Patriots' Harrison reportedly done for season

Not the type of thing I like to hear about a player. As Cleve said in another thread you never want to see anyone get hurt. I know I couldn't help but chringe when they played that in slow motion. I wish him a speedy recovery.
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Old 09-26-2005, 05:49 PM   #3
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Default Re: Patriots' Harrison reportedly done for season

That's terrible. I felt really bad for him when he was carted off. It looked like he knew that he wouldn't be back this year. I hope he heals up ASAP and is back next year.
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Old 09-26-2005, 06:32 PM   #4
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Default Re: Patriots' Harrison reportedly done for season

Yep, he's done..

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Patriots' Harrison Out for the Year

Boston.com reports New England Patriots SS Rodney Harrison (knee) will miss the rest of the 2005 season with a torn ACL in his right knee. According to ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli, the Patriots will likely place him on Injured Reserve.
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Default Re: Patriots' Harrison reportedly done for season

Like Bruschi, and Johnson, he'll know what's best.

I don't think this town, Boston, has ever taken to one of its players as fast as it did to Harrison.
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Yep it'll be an adjustment for you guys, he's an emotional leader out there for yall
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Sorry to hear that Patriot fans, Harrison is an emotional leader for your team and an all around good man. Hopefully he can make it back to play again.
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BTW, I think Seymour's going to step up and fill the leadership gap left by the loss of both Burschi, and Harrison. He had a big second half yesterday.
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I'm not going to say I feel good about it but on the other hand I don't feel bad about it either.

Rodney Harrison is a cheapshot artist and sometimes fate has a way of evening things out.

BTW-I heard he's torn all three ligaments in his knee
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I'm not going to say I feel good about it but on the other hand I don't feel bad about it either.

Rodney Harrison is a cheapshot artist and sometimes fate has a way of evening things out.

BTW-I heard he's torn all three ligaments in his knee
Please list all the cheapshots he did with the Pats....
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