Rodney Harrison

Meet Suffolk County’s New Top Cop Rodney Harrison

Get our Hamptons Insider newsletters delivered direct to you. Rodney Harrison was named Suffolk County Police commissioner in December 2021 by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. A seasoned and decorated veteran in law enforcement, Harrison immediately got to work on behalf of Suffolk’s 1.5 million residents and the 2,500 sworn officers now working beneath his leadership.
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Aaron Donald wasn’t thrilled about Rodney Harrison leaking retirement talk

On the list of people on the planet you would not want unhappy with you, Aaron Donald ranks near the top. The fearsome Rams pass rusher spoke to Greg Bishop of Sports Illustrated for a profile, in which he revealed that he was not expecting Rodney Harrison to share details of their “personal” conversation about potential retirement on Super Bowl Sunday. In a pregame chat, Harrison, the NBC Sports analyst and former NFL safety, told Donald he could play for another 15 years. “Honestly, you never know,” Donald told Harrison. “This could be my last year.” Donald had expected the conversation to stay private. “I...
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Aaron Donald Didn't Expect or Want Rodney Harrison to Report Details of 'Personal' Meeting

Aaron Donald, undeniably one of the most ferocious defensive players to play in the NFL, found an extra gear when it mattered during Super Bowl LVI and the Los Angeles Rams emerged as world champions because of it. His late-game pass-rushing heroics came mere hours after NBC's Rodney Harrison shocked a massive audience during pregame coverage by reporting that Donald was considering retirement should he capture the Lombardi.

Legislator Mulé, Minority Caucus Honor SCPD Commissioner Rodney Harrison During Black History Month Presentation

In recognition of February as Black History Month, the Nassau County Legislature recently honored Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney Harrison. Upon his swearing-in earlier this year, Commissioner Harrison, of Baldwin, became the first Black police commissioner in the Suffolk County PD’s 63-year history. Prior to being unanimously approved by the Suffolk County Legislature, Commissioner Harrison was a similarly historic figure in the NYPD. In late 2019, he became the first Black person to serve as Chief of Detectives, and is also the only person in the history of the NYPD to rise from the rank of cadet to Chief of Department.

Rodney Harrison Believes Patriots Should Use Top Pick On This Position

The Patriots could go in several directions with their first-round pick in late-April’s NFL draft, and all would make plenty of sense. Mac Jones — and New England’s offense as a whole — could improve if the organization brought in a wide receiver with legitimate superstar potential. The Patriots’ secondary also could use a reinforcement or two, especially given the uncertain futures of stalwarts J.C. Jackson and Devin McCourty.
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Will Tom Brady return to NFL? Here's why Rodney Harrison doesn't think so

Tom Brady announced his retirement from the NFL earlier this month, but there are still some people who believe the former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback will come back and play another season. Rodney Harrison is not in that camp. In an interview with WEEI's "Merloni and...

Why Rodney Harrison Doesn’t See Tom Brady Coming Out Of Retirement

Rodney Harrison, unlike so many others in the football world, isn’t thinking about where Tom Brady will be playing his 23rd season in the NFL. The former safety truly believes Brady isn’t putting his pads back on. Harrison, who played alongside Brady for six seasons with the New...

1 killed in Coram 'home invasion that went bad,' Suffolk Police Commissioner Rodney Harrison says

A 46-year-old man was fatally shot and his wife was pistol-whipped during a home invasion in Coram early Thursday, Suffolk police officials said. Four men, at least one brandishing a gun, forced their way into a home on Everglades Lane and demanded money, according to Det. Lt. Kevin Beyrer, the commanding officer of the Suffolk County Police Department Homicide Squad.