Pamphilon turned heads when he released an audio recording of Gregg Williams addressing his defense before the New Orleans Saints' NFC Divisional playoff against the San Francisco 49ers in January. The filmmaker's decision to go public with the tape jeopardized his relationship with the film's subject, ex-Saints player Steve Gleason, who is suffering from ALS.
In a clip of Harrison that won't make the film, Pamphilon talks about his desire to defend players who have been turned "into a cartoon character by the mainstream media."
CUT TO: Pamphilon riding shotgun with Harrison at the wheel. As they cruise around town, the All-Pro linebacker tells Pamphilon he would have become an R&B singer if the football thing hadn't worked out. Harrison pauses before describing his talents as a mix of R. Kelly, Usher and Justin Bieber. He admits listening to Nickelback and The Biebs in his car. "That little dude is making so much dough," he says.