Here's an interesting story; one you might find a little hard to believe. Patriots safety Rodney Harrison, considered by many -- including players, fans and just about everyone who isn't involved with his team -- to be the dirtiest player in the NFL, is complaining because somebody might have played dirty against his team on Sunday. Seriously. This is so crazy, so out there, and so ridiculously unbelievable that it just has to be true. And it is. Honestly, you can't make this stuff up.
Joey Porter somebody disrupting his pregame routine
Harrison was angry about the first play of the fourth quarter, when Ronnie Brown sprinted 62 yards with a direct snap. The officials called Williams for a dead-ball personal foul for chop-blocking Patriots linebacker Mike Vrabel, an infraction offset by Vrabel's unnecessary roughness penalty. Was Williams' block dirty? "Of course it was," Harrison said. "Of course it was. There's no place in the game for that."
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Bottom line: like Joey Porter complaining about teams messing with him before the game, Harrison needs to just shut up. The block may very well have been dirty -- Williams was flagged on the play -- but criticism coming from Harrison, twice voted by his peers as the dirtiest player in the NFL, means little.
Of course, this isn't the first time Harrison has complained about other teams playing dirty.