Harrison Calls it a Career

Ian Logue
June 02, 2009 at 09:44pm ET

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Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe reported on Tuesday that Rodney Harrison is hanging up his cleats and heading into the world of television, and is expected to make the announcement on Wednesday regarding his future.

 According to Reiss Harrison is expected to join NBC's Sports team, ending his amazing career in the NFL which spanned 15 seasons, the last six of which were spent in New England and included two Super Bowl championships.

Harrison was part of NBC's coverage of Super Bowl XLIII earlier this year and also joined the NFL Network during the postseason.  Here's a look at some of Rodney's work for NFL Network, which includes a shot at Deion Sanders: 



What's your favorite memory of Rodney Harrison during his tenure in New England? Post your comment below.

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