Harrison, who also happens to be Roger Goodell’s most-often-fined player, got 35 percent of votes cast by a small pool of 287 players. Two members of the Baltimore Ravens cracked the top 10, with Ray Lewis finishing second with 15 percent of votes and Terrell Suggs coming in at No. 6.
LaRon Landry of the Redskins was the ninth-meanest, which is so far down the list that it probably means that three people voted for him.
There was a different winner, with different voters, in a poll on Facebook.
Ndamukong Suh of the Detroit Lions was No. 1 with 40 percent of those votes, ahead of Lewis (31 percent) and Harrison (23 percent).
Because this is nothing if not a yin and yang kind of thing, SI polled NFL players to ask who is the nicest and a Steeler, Troy Polamalu, won that little contest, too.
None of the Redskins finished in the voting for nicest player, by the way.
What’s your take on the lists? Is someone far more deserving than Harrison? Or Polamalu, for that matter?