After former NFL safety and current NBC commentator Rodney Harrison called Jeff Fisher-coached teams dirty, the Rams coach responded at his Monday press conference. 

By SI Wire
November 09, 2015

After former NFL safety and current NBC commentator Rodney Harrison called Jeff Fisher-coached teams dirty, the Rams coach responded at his Monday press conference. 

On Sunday during NBC’s pregame show, Harrison said Rams safety LaMarcus Joyner’s hit on Teddy Bridgewater that briefly knocked the Vikings quarterback unconscious was “typical” of teams coached by Fisher. He also said he saw Fisher laughing after Harrison seriously injured his knee in 2006.

Fisher responded Monday, citing Harrison’s reputation as a player and calling the comments “kind of a personal attack on me.”

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Joyner will reportedly not be suspended for his hit on Bridgewater. Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Monday that Bridgewater passed his initial concussion test. 

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