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The Dirty Dozen
Michael Silver
October 26, 1998
The 12 players who would least likely make their way onto the pages of Emily Post's Etiquette.
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October 26, 1998

The Dirty Dozen

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Rodney Harrison, S, Chargers
Claim to shame: constantly looking to make knockout blow. Was fined $10,000 for going after neck and face of Chiefs wideout Andre Rison last year on a pass that fell incomplete. Says Gogan, "He doesn't even tackle anybody. He just runs up and flies toward the pile, looking to hit somebody late."

Todd Steussie, T, Vikings
Claim to shame: nasty cut blocks away from the play. "Steussie commits what you might call cardinal sins," says 49ers defensive end Gabe Wilkins. "He'll go after your knees, even if you're 10 yards away from the play. All he has to do is seal you off, but he'll still try to take you out."

William Fuller, DE, Chargers
Claim to shame: If Fuller (no relation to Corey) has a favorite ballet, it would probably be The Nutcracker. "He's one of those guys who goes for balls in a pile," says 49ers tackle Derrick Deese, "and we're not talking about footballs."

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