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Thursday’s PFT Live: Rodney Harrison and your calls

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The best news about Thursday’s edition of PFT Live is that Rodney Harrison of NBC’s Football Night in America will be visiting the show again.

The next-best news is that we didn’t have to line up a second guest because the second guest is you.

We’ll be answering your questions submitted by phone, tweet, and email.  So, for now, send your emails.

At 12:15 p.m. ET, call in at 888-237-5269.

Watch the show live at noon.

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15 Responses to “Thursday’s PFT Live: Rodney Harrison and your calls”
  1. hobartbaker says: Aug 31, 2011 11:35 PM

    Ask Rodney what should be done over the conflicting reports from Kevin Colbert and Bob McGinn over Pryor’s test score. Colbert went against policy with special permission from the league to refute McGinn’s report. Obviously either McGinn, or the RAT IN THE PACKER ORGANIZATION who fed him the info was LYING.

    It isn’t right that these guys can throw crap against the wall to attract attention to themselves without fear of reprisal. McGinn should have to print a retraction and the RAT IN THE PACKER OFFICE who ILLEGALLY fed him the information should be OUTED. Then summarily fired.

    This is a serious attack on a person’s character. As if Pryor didn’t have enough unfair treatment to deal with to start. It is also piling on in a most cowardly fashion. The back biting dog.

  2. youboettcha says: Sep 1, 2011 1:26 AM

    Too lazy to email. Talk about QB Wonderlic rules. “If you do poorly, you didn’t prepare. Go study and try again tomorrow.”

    Sheesh. Rather than mulligans, why not just lie about the scores so the QBs don’t look stupid or something? Or maybe the QB could just abstain from taking the test.

  3. millermt17 says: Sep 1, 2011 8:21 AM

    It would be great if you’d ask him how many Patriots besides him were taking HGH when he got busted and suspended for it in 2007. And tell him to drop the crap about not using it to gain a competitive edge since he admitted to receiving a shipment days before Super Bowl XXXVIII. And this was the Pats’ defensive captain. Funny how all the baseball players who were on steroids were ridiculed and ostracized, yet this cheater was hired by the NFL’s own network.

  4. William Marcellino says: Sep 1, 2011 12:06 PM

    millermt17 says: Sep 1, 2011 8:21 AM

    It would be great if you’d ask him how many Patriots besides him were taking HGH when he got busted and suspended for it in 2007. And tell him to drop the crap about not using it to gain a competitive edge since he admitted to receiving a shipment days before Super Bowl XXXVIII. And this was the Pats’ defensive captain. Funny how all the baseball players who were on steroids were ridiculed and ostracized, yet this cheater was hired by the NFL’s own network.
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    Awwwww, does somebody’s team lose a lot? Don’t worry sweetheart–put on a fresh pair of diapers and you’ll feel just oodles better.

  5. tunescribe says: Sep 1, 2011 12:27 PM

    millermt17 says: Sep 1, 2011 8:21 AM

    It would be great if you’d ask him how many Patriots besides him were taking HGH when he got busted and suspended for it in 2007. And tell him to drop the crap about not using it to gain a competitive edge since he admitted to receiving a shipment days before Super Bowl XXXVIII. And this was the Pats’ defensive captain. Funny how all the baseball players who were on steroids were ridiculed and ostracized, yet this cheater was hired by the NFL’s own network.

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    Your team gets beaten often by the Patriots, eh?

  6. millermt17 says: Sep 1, 2011 12:38 PM

    Not sure what my team’s win-loss record has to do with Rodney Harrison taking HGH. You obviously are a Patriots fan, and their win-loss record is much more relevant to the topic under discussion. Harrison is a cheater who got busted, then had the audacity to claim he didn’t do it to get a competitive edge. Really? Then why take it before the Super Bowl when he wasn’t injured? Sorry everyone other than Pats fans are not willing to overlook cheating by taking performance-enhancing drugs and videotaping other teams’ signals, and just remember the championships. Because whether Pats fans like it or not, those Super Bowl victories are tainted.

  7. jw731 says: Sep 1, 2011 1:00 PM

    Oh look……..It’s Rodney Harrison, the reformed violence expert, saying what you wanna hear as long as he gets paid…….awesome

  8. ampats says: Sep 1, 2011 1:20 PM

    Funny, the only time I have ever heard about the Super Bowl victories as being tainted is on this website by emotionally insecure losers like millermt17.

    By the way, what is the Pats won/lost record since the league fined them in the first week of the 2007?

    Enjoy the season and the thrashing your team gets next time they play New England !

  9. millermt17 says: Sep 1, 2011 1:40 PM

    Do I sound emotionally insecure? I am not the one spewing childish insults, I am only stating the facts. If that makes you uncomfortable I am sorry, but maybe you have your own insecurities regarding your team’s actions and how they have affected others’ view of their “accomplishments”.

    How many Super Bowls have the Patriots won since they were busted in 2007?

  10. bullcharger says: Sep 1, 2011 1:53 PM

    millermt17 says:Sep 1, 2011 12:38 PM

    Not sure what my team’s win-loss record has to do with Rodney Harrison taking HGH. You obviously are a Patriots fan, and their win-loss record is much more relevant to the topic under discussion. Harrison is a cheater who got busted, then had the audacity to claim he didn’t do it to get a competitive edge. Really? Then why take it before the Super Bowl when he wasn’t injured? Sorry everyone other than Pats fans are not willing to overlook cheating by taking performance-enhancing drugs and videotaping other teams’ signals, and just remember the championships. Because whether Pats fans like it or not, those Super Bowl victories are tainted.

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    What a loser… The superbowls aren’t tainted… they are only tainted to you and others who are bitter and think saying it means something. Get on with your life!

    The trophy’s stayed with the Patriots, Brady is the best player int he league (as voted by the players!) and Belichick has a two part special coming about him becuase he is so great. The majority of people have moved on obviously or this wouldn’t be the case.

  11. mumakata says: Sep 1, 2011 1:55 PM

    I wold call in, but Harrison would probably throw a cheap shot and a late hit at me. and I gotta feed my family.

  12. ampats says: Sep 1, 2011 1:58 PM

    How many Super Bowls have the other 29 teams won since 2007?

    How many Super Bowls have the other 26 teams won since 2001?

    Patriots 3
    Steelers 2
    Packers,Colts,Saints,Bucs

    Try and educate yourself and see what other Head Coaches like Bill Cowher, Jimmy Johnson etc said about “spygate” The cheating drivel gets old.The videotaping was legal, the location was not.

    By the way, we as Pats fans enjoy your hatred toward the team of the decade. The 3 Lombardi’s are shining at Patriots Place!

  13. firstand4ever says: Sep 1, 2011 2:24 PM

    I always respected Rodney Harrison as a football player but I never liked him. He is a hall of famer in my eyes. As an analyst, The guy is excellent. Like he was as a player, He pulls no punches. I have gained a whole new level of respect for Harrison since he retired.

  14. bullethead527 says: Sep 1, 2011 2:36 PM

    HGH, Spygate, paying off officials, and what you get a super juiced up cheating dynasty…. F the Pats, juiced up cheaters!!!!!

  15. millermt17 says: Sep 1, 2011 2:42 PM

    Here is a link so Pats fans can educate themselves: Largest fine ever on coach, only time 1st round pick ever confiscated.

    Hopefully after reading you Pats fans will gain an appreciation for the severity of what your team did. Nothing about the taping they did was legal, which is why they were punished in historical fashion.

    The only reason they were not stripped of their championship trophies is that it would only be detrimental to the reputation of the NFL. League spokesman Greg Aiello said,”Our goal is to stop this type of conduct going forward and level the playing field.” It had not been level up to that point because the Patriots had been cheating.

    I’m sure you Patriot fans would love for everyone to forget it ever happened, but the fact is that it did happen, and it happened for years, and it just happened to be the only years that the Patriots “won” the Super Bowl.

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