Rodney Harrison, who announced his retirement from professional football on Wednesday morning, will be remembered as having a unique place in New England’s football legacy.



We get back to sports this week, folks. Brady, Rodney Harrison, the Bruins, the Baseball Show. All are addressed. Don’t worry. We’re not all dogs, all the time.



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If veteran safety Rodney Harrison does decide to retire from pro football this week, he’ll be remembered as an intense player whose passion for the game often left teammates shaking their heads in disbelief.



Usually, this little section of bandwith at WEEI.com is devoted exclusively to Patriots’ information, analysis and commentary.



The issue isn’t whether Tom Brady will return to greatness in 2009. He’s too talented, too driven and surrounded by too much talent for that not to happen. Besides, the recent history is pretty definitive.



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The quarterback slowly strolled over to the waiting group of media.

“Welcome back,” one reporter said.

“Thanks,” said Tom Brady with a big smile. “I’ve gotta tell you guys -- I’ve really been looking forward to this.”



Paris Lenon has made a career out of surprising people.



The Patriots have always done a nice job finding gems in the unlikeliest of places, with many unheralded contributors over the years finding their way to Foxborough as undrafted or rookie free agents.



Pit bull owners typically fall into two categories:

Creeps.

Or imbeciles.



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Traditionally, when a pro athlete sees Boston in their rearview mirror, there’s little chance they’ll return.