Rodney Harrison took issue with portrayal of Bill Belichick in new Patriots docuseries

Former New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison was not pleased with how much was left out of “The Dynasty: New England Patriots,” which is the docuseries that is making quite a wave on Apple TV+.

He sat down for an interview with fellow safety Devin McCourty, who was also not pleased with the documentary in his own right.

“It didn’t tell the stories of like me coming and Corey Dillon,” Harrison told McCourty, per a video via Pro Football Talk. “I interviewed for five or six hours when I was in New York, and all they had me saying was, ‘(Expletive) them all. (Expletive) them all.’ That’s it.”

Harrison, who is a Patriots Hall of Famer, signed with the team as a free agent back in 2003 and ended up spending six seasons with the organization. He tallied 446 combined tackles during his run in New England and was a part of three Super Bowl-winning teams.

However, judging by the docuseries, you would not have known how Harrison even came to New England. He told McCourty that him coming to New England was left out of the documentary.

Harrison also stood up for coach Bill Belichick. Many are claiming the docuseries is one-sided, and Harrison’s statements certainly added credence to that feeling.

“He gives guys who are the underdog an opportunity. No one talks about that,” Harrison said. “When everybody else is done with a guy, he brings in a Corey Dillion, he brings in a Randy Moss, he brings in a Rodney Harrison. And I just don’t think he got enough credit, enough respect, enough props. This dude is the greatest coach of all-time.”

The docuseries has been creating a bit of a stir ever since its debut. Even those connected with that timeframe do not approve of it.  At the very least, it has made for compelling television and an even greater conversation.

Story originally appeared on Patriots Wire