Former Bear Harris shows vulnerable side in new music video – NBCSports.com

Former Bear Harris shows vulnerable side in new music video – NBCSports.com

Tommie Harris is showing a more vulnerable side of himself to the world. Known for intimidating opposing quarterbacks as a defensive tackle for the Bears from 2004-2010, Harris opened up about a personal tragedy in a music video he uploaded on Monday.

Harris’s song “Deflated” goes into the inner turmoil he suffered after his wife, Ashley, died in 2012. It’s a poignant look into Harris’s life after football and how he’s used music to cope with his new reality.

Harris has even used his music to help others. According to NBC Nashville, Harris joined the Redemption Songs Project in 2018 to help jail inmates express themselves by writing songs of their own.

If you’d like to hear more of Harris’s country music, he uploaded “Grand Canyon” last November.

Here’s a bit of good news for football fans who haven’t heard much lately: 

Playoff expansion has long been discussed by owners, and it’s not a surprising bit of news given the recent approval of a new collective bargaining agreement that focuses heavily on the expansion of not just the playoffs, but the regular season as well. 

Starting in 2021, seven teams will make the playoffs, with only the #1 seed earning a first-round bye. It also means that Wild Card weekend will feature three games per day, which fans certainly aren’t going to complain about. So the good news is that more football is coming – the bad news is that we don’t necessarily know when.  

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Football writer Gary Myers – who wrote the NYT bestseller “Brady vs. Manning” – made some waves this morning with quite the tweet: 

It’s obviously just one report (and not quite even that), so take it for what it’s worth. That being said, Myers’ report coming on the heels of Chase Daniel – who works closely with the NFLPA – strongly speculating that there weren’t going to be any offseason programs paints the beginning of a grim picture when it comes to the NFL 2020 season. Having been relatively unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic up until this point, the league has recently had to cancel it’s Annual Meeting, close team facilities and dramatically alter the format of its draft. 

And if the writing wasn’t already on the wall, here’s a second part of Myers’ report:

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