Dan Patrick Calls Out Former Patriots Player As Team Apologist

MINNEAPOLIS (WBZ-AM) -- Ahead of Super Bowl LII, WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman spoke to NBC Sports broadcaster Dan Patrick about how his colleagues, Rodney Harrison and Tony Dungy, cover the Patriots.

Specifically, Adam was curious whether Harrison--a former Patriots player--is a Pats homer on the set.

"Rodney's not," he said. "He's called out Brady, he's called out the offensive line, he's called out the secondary. And people go, 'Wait, you're one of us!' And Rodney goes, this is my job. My job is to be honest with what I see."

"He tells good stories, he's fair to the Patriots," he added. "He loves Belichick, Brady, Mr. Kraft, but he doesn't sit there and go, 'I haven't said anything nice about the Patriots, let me say something nice.'"

Listen to the full interview below and find out who Patrick thinks is more of a "Patriots apologist."

Listen to Adam's interview with Dan Patrick:

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