Free agent Rodney Harrison is expected to announce his retirement from football on Wednesday, according to the Boston Herald.
Rodney Harrison is expected to address his football future during a conference call Tuesday.
The Patriots appear to have "moved on" from free agent Rodney Harrison.
Free agent SS Rodney Harrison will decide whether to keep playing or retire by June 1.
The Boston Globe suggests that free agent Rodney Harrison could be an option for the Falcons.
Free agent SS Rodney Harrison hasn't closed the door on returning for either a 16th NFL season or a seventh with the Patriots.
Appearing on NFL Network as a sideline reporter before Saturday's playoff games, Rodney Harrison hinted that he doesn't plan to retire in 2009.
The Providence Journal believes the Patriots would welcome SS Rodney Harrison back if he wanted to return in 2009.
Rodney Harrison will be placed on injured reserve, ending his season after tearing his quad muscle on Monday night. The injury likely marks the end of his 15-year career.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Rodney Harrison's condition "doesn't look too good" after the safety was carted off the field Monday night with his right knee immobilized.
Patriots SS Rodney Harrison was carted off after a right leg injury on the final play of the third quarter Monday night.
Patriots SS Rodney Harrison doesn't plan to retire this offseason.
Rodney Harrison is now eligible to return to the Patriots following a four-game suspension for violating the league's banned substance policy.
Law enforcement sources told the Albany Times Union that Rodney Harrison made a phone call to purchase his first dose of HGH from a South Florida wellness clinic a days before the Patriots' 2004 playoff win over Tennessee.