BetOnline sharps know that NFL players toe a line between physical and dirty every time the ball is snapped, but who went over the line the most? Here are the dirtiest players to ever lace them up on a football field.
The former linebacker would do whatever it took to win, but many players at online betting sites (which you can read more on here) will remember “Romo” as a guy that would fight teammates and the opposition, and he wasn’t above spitting in a face to get his point across.
Harrison was fined more $200,000 by the NFL for helmet-to-helmet hits and there are many that think that those hits put the league on a fast-track to getting them out of the league. Harrison was a smart defensive player, but too often he chose to you use his helmet as a weapon instead of form tackling and that is where he got his reputation.
The Pittsburgh linebacker is today’s Rodney Harrison (no relation), as no player gets fined more than him. Harrison has said that he wouldn’t change his style of play and he has even made some distasteful comments about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, meeting Goodell on a number of occasions. Harrison was slowed down last year with injuries, but if he is healthy, he can still be a force of intimidation and that could help the Steelers’ odds at betting websites.