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|10-21-2010, 09:28 AM||#111|
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Re: Harrison fined $75k, labeled a repeat offender
Harrison DID NOT "lead with his helmet."
Harrison led with his arms. The obvious - not just obvious, but FREAKING obvious - intent was to hit the guy in the numbers.
The hit was only helmet-to-helmet because the Browns' receiver lowered his head. Harrison had neither the knowledge that he was going to do that nor the ability to compensate moving at full speed.
Stop flat out lying and saying that Harrison led with his helmet, because he did not.
This was not a "dirty" hit, and those people who believe he intentionally went for the head - even though it was the actions of the receiver that led to the helmet-on-helmet contact, which Harrison could not reasonably be expected to anticipate - do tell us what crystal ball or power of ESP or mind reading you possess wherein you "know" that Harrison intended to hit the guy helmet-first.
And to those bitching about the fact that Harrison is upset? Were you falsely accused of something and maligned because of it, you would be upset too.
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