The Top 18 Unexpected Lying, Cheating, and Drug-Using NFL Players

Rodney Harrison

Rodney Harrison is now an analyst on “Sunday Night Football,” but that comes after his reputation as a dirty player while playing safety for the Chargers and Patriots. He was suspended for one game in 2002 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Jerry Rice, and again in 2007 for violating the league’s substance abuse policy—both of which led to fines that totaled more than $200,000—probably a drop in the bucket compared to what he was paid to play during his time in the NFL.

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