Rodney Harrison enjoyed a very successful NFL career. He won two Super Bowls, was selected to two Pro Bowls and was an All-Pro four times.
According to Harrison, though, none of that would have happened without Junior Seau.
Harrison, speaking at The Tradition at TD Garden, credited Seau for his successful NFL career, saying that he is directly responsible for the safety's success.
Harrison, who played with Seau both in New England and in San Diego, said that Seau taught him to become a better practice player, which led to results on Sunday.
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