Tuesday Oct. 21, 2008
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- Patriots safety Rodney Harrison's season appears over after he was injured in Monday night's victory over Denver.
He reportedly hurt the quadriceps muscle in his right leg. This could mean the end of Harrison's career. The 15-year veteran is in the last year of his contract with New England.
Coach Bill Belichick gave no update of Harrison's injury Tuesday but said after Monday night's 41-7 win that it "doesn't look good."
The NFL Network first reported Tuesday that Harrison had a torn quad. The Boston Globe later reported he had a torn right quad. During the game, it was announced he had a knee injury.
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