Former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison took his former teammate Tom Brady to task on national television on Sunday night. During halftime of the Football Night in America telecast on NBC, Harrison told Brady to "take off the skirt and put on some slacks. Toughen up." Harrison was referring to the pointing Brady did after Terrell Suggs hit his right knee in the second quarter of Sunday's game. Suggs was flagged for roughing the quarterback and the Patriots went in for a subsequent touchdown. For more, visit the football blog It Is What It Is.
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