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Trying to knock the rust off

Harrison hits ground running in his return

Old linebacking buddies Tedy Bruschi (left) and Willie McGinest share a hug after the game. Old linebacking buddies Tedy Bruschi (left) and Willie McGinest share a hug after the game. (MATTHEW J. LEE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Christopher L. Gasper and Mike Reiss
Globe Staff / October 8, 2007

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FOXBOROUGH - It wasn't the full Rodney, but it was close enough. Safety Rodney Harrison played for the first time yesterday after serving a four-game suspension for violating the league's performance-enhancing substance policy. He said it felt good to be a part of the Patriots' 34-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns yesterday at Gillette Stadium. (Full article: 1266 words)

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