Harrison spent the final six seasons of his 15-year NFL career with the Patriots after spending his first nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers. He played a key role in helping the Patriots to back-to-back Super Bowl titles in his first two seasons with New England in 2003 and 2004. Harrison came up big on the biggest stage, with seven interceptions in nine postseason games with the Patriots, including two in Super Bowl XXXIX. His seven postseason interceptions are tied for the third-most in NFL postseason history. In his first two seasons in New England, Harrison was not only the Patriots’ leading tackler each year, but also led all NFL defensive backs in tackles in both seasons. Additionally, he was the leading tackler in the 2003 and 2004 postseasons, while also recording a total of two sacks, six interceptions, seven passes defensed and two forced fumbles in the six games leading to New England’s back-to-back Super Bowl championships. He is the all-time leader in sacks by a defensive back with 30 1/2, including nine during his time with the Patriots. He is the only defensive back in NFL history with 30 sacks and 30 interceptions with eight of those picks coming during his Patriots career. Harrison was voted a team captain in each of his six seasons with the Patriots.
Selected to the Patriots 2000s All-Decade Team
A member of the Patriots 50th anniversary team
Two-time Super Bowl Champion
College: Western Illinois
Seasons with the Patriots (6): 2003 – 2008