Rodney Harrison: Bridgewater hit typical of Jeff Fisher teams

Monday November 9th, 2015

NBC analyst Rodney Harrison had some harsh words for St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher on Sunday. 

Harrison was discussing the injury to Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater when he criticized Fisher. Harrison said when he sustained a serious knee injury in 2006, he saw Fisher “smiling and laughing” on the sideline.

Harrison described the hit on Bridgewater, which appeared to knock him unconscious, as typical of a Fisher-coached team.

Harrison played in the NFL from 1994–2008 with the San Diego Chargers and New England Patriots. Harrison won two Super Bowls in his time with New England. 

You can watch his comments below:

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