Rodney Harrison

Rodney Harrison

Name Rodney Harrison
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1972-12-15
Place of Birth Markham, IL
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Birth Sign Sagittarius

About Rodney Harrison

Super Bowl-winning safety with the New England Patriots from 2003 to 2008.

Early Life of Rodney Harrison

He was a three-sport athlete in high school.

Trivia

Because of his hard-hitting style, he was voted dirtiest player in a 2004 and 2006 Sports Illustrated players poll and a 2008 ESPN coaches poll.

Family Life

His son Christian was born on February 6, 2004.

Associated With

He was suspended for several games in 2002 for a helmet-to-helmet tackle of Jerry Rice.

Damon Harrison

Damon Harrison

Name Damon Harrison
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1988-11-29
Place of Birth New Iberia, LA
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Birth Sign Sagittarius

About Damon Harrison

American professional football player known for his work as a nose tackle for the New York Giants of the National Football League. He is recognized for leading the league in run-stop percentage between the years of 2013 and 2016. 

Early Life of Damon Harrison

He began his athletic career playing basketball at Lake Charles Boston High School. As a shooting guard, he injured his meniscus and chose to play football his senior year instead. He dropped out of Northwest Mississippi Community College to work as a night stocker at Walmart before being recruited to William Penn University. After a successful college career, he was signed by the New York Jets as a free agent in April of 2012. He then signed with the New York Giants in March of 2016. 

Trivia

He was listed on the NFL’s Top 100 Players list in 2017. He was also selected as Lake Charles Boston’s Offensive MVP and Defensive MVP in the same season. 

Family Life

He was born and raised in New Iberia, Louisiana. He married in July of 2016 and has four children, a son and three daughters. 

Associated With

He played alongside Alex Tanney, Davis Webb, and Eli Manning on the New York Giants during their 2017 season. 

Harrison Butker

Harrison Butker

Name Harrison Butker
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1995-07-14
Place of Birth Decatur, GA
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Birth Sign Cancer

About Harrison Butker

Kicker who has gained fame for his play with the Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL. He was named to the NFL’s PFWA All-Rookie Team while setting the Chiefs’ all-time record for most field goals and points as a rookie during his 2017 debut season. 

Early Life of Harrison Butker

He was a three-sport athlete in high school, and won three straight soccer state championships. He later played NCAA Division I football for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. 

Trivia

He set the then-NFL record for most field goals made as a rookie in 2017. He was named as an alternate to the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl. 

Family Life

He and his wife Hailey welcomed their first son James in January 2019. 

Associated With

He was nicknamed “butt kicker” by the Chiefs’ coach Andy Reid during his rookie season of 2017. 

Brandon Harrison

Brandon Harrison

Name Brandon Harrison
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1985-04-29
Place of Birth Baton Rouge, LA
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Birth Sign Taurus

About Brandon Harrison

Safety who played in the NFL from 2007-2008 for the Houston Texans.

Early Life of Brandon Harrison

He played college football at Stanford University, and was selected in the 5th round of the 2007 NFL draft.

Trivia

After his NFL career, he played one season with the UFL’s California Redwoods.

Family Life

He was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Associated With

He was part of a Texans 2007 draft class that included wide receiver Jacoby Jones.

Harrison Smith

Harrison Smith

Name Harrison Smith
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1989-02-02
Place of Birth Augusta, GA
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Birth Sign Aquarius

About Harrison Smith

Star lineman of the University of Notre Dame was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft.

Early Life of Harrison Smith

He redshirted his freshman year, and in his first full year with the team he averaged almost 7 tackles per game; by his senior year, he had a team high 7 interceptions.

Trivia

He proved an excitable player his first year with the Vikings, getting thrown out of a game for arguing with an official, and earning a stiff fine after a horse-collar tackle.

Family Life

He was born in Augusta, Georgia. 

Associated With

His horse-collar tackle came against fellow rookie Robert Griffin III in 2012.