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Hawkins hosts Harrison, Dalton

Posted Jul 18, 2013

Artrell Hawkins of the Bengals Radio Network asked James Harrison the Hard Knocks question and, as usual, Harrison didn't back down.


James Harrison

With Artrell Hawkins of the Bengals radio network pinch-hitting for Mo Egger on 1530 ESPN Thursday from 3-6 p.m., his guests are SAM linebacker James Harrison and quarterback Andy Dalton. He asked Harrison the Hard Knocks question and, as usual, he didn't back down.

"They'll get to see me practice. They'll get to see me in my work environment, but they won't see anything else," Harrison said. "I don't think cameras have a place in the locker room. I don't know how you can bond as a team."

Hawkins's podcasts can also be heard on Hawkandfish.com.

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