Dec 16, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TurnTo23.com
The NFL has upheld Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison's one-game suspension for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy in a game last week.
Since: Dec 08
I would respectfully disagree. I think in the recent course of history, we as a (football)society have changed the definition of 'dirty player.'
Harrison has not won many backers with his ill-timed quotes, but all of his (hits) fines, were during the course of a football play. The linebacker has not hit anyone out of bounds, kicked or stomped on someone, taken it out on a ref, et cetera.
Should he have gone a tad lower on Colt McCoy, most likely. But when Harrison engaged, McCoy was technically a runner.
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