SUMMARY: A block by Titans WR Bobby Wade that knocked Patriots S Rodney Harrison out of Sunday's game against Tennessee has been ruled legal. An NFL spokesman says the league's director of officiating reviewed the play and determined that Wade did not commit an illegal crackback block. Wade was ruled to have been blocking upfield and not back toward the ball when he hit Harrison below the waist. Harrison suffered a mid-level sprain of his MCL, which is one of the stabilizing ligaments of the knee, and is likely to be sidelined from 2-4 weeks. The Patriots were infuriated by the block at the time it happened. Harrison said he thought it was a "dirty play" and that Wade was intentionally trying to hurt him. Wade denied that the block was illegal in postgame interviews. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.