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August 17, 2011 at 04:39pm ET

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Former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison is apparently heading to the NFL Network, giving Patriots fans a chance to see him more frequently.

According to Harrison is joining the network as an analyst, and will reportedly make his debut tonight.

Harrison has been a part of NBC’s Football Night in America, and when he begins his new position this evening, he'll reportedly be interviewing Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh during his first segment this evening when Total Access airs at 7:00pm ET.

He's still a part of NBC's Sunday night NFL studio broadcasts.  However, it's definitely a great move for the NFL Network, especially considering who they have on there as former players on a regular basis.  Harrison brings a fresh perspective and should be fun to watch, primarily since he generally has no problem saying how he really feels about a given subject.