Kyle Van Noy does not want to be compared to Patriots great Rodney Harrison at all.
The New England Patriots linebacker made that abundantly clear during his weekly appearance on the Zolak & Bertrand show where he took exception to the suggestion that he was taking on Harrison’s old role of promoting rallying cries in the Patriots locker room.
Van Noy shut that down pretty quickly.
“Don’t compare me to him, man,” Van Noy said to Bertrand. “I don’t want to be compared to that guy. I’m good.”
Van Noy denied having issues with Harrison, but offered nothing more to explain why he wants to distance himself from the Patriots Hall of Famer.
“I have nothing against him I just don’t want to be compared – definitely not to him,” Van Noy said. “He just does things differently than myself. That’s fair, right?”
It might have something to do with Harrison being voted as the NFL’s dirtiest player in a 2008 coaches poll or the fact that he piled up over $200,000 in fines during his playing career.
Not to mention, Harrison was suspended for 4 games in 2007 for violating the NFL’s banned substance policy.
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