I didn't catch the whole interview but when I tuned in Harry was talking about the concussion issue. He agreed with Warner, and not with Toomer, explaining how his life has been affected by "Post Concussive Syndrome (PCS)."
I was first struck by how articulate Harry is. He explained how he was/is affected by depression. He used a post game scenario from when he played as an example. The team had won a game and everyone was "up" in the locker room. Everyone, that is, except Harry. He went to Ronnie Barnes, the trainer, and told him her was suffering from depression and Barnes asked Harry what he wanted him to do about it. Harry just wanted him to know, he said.
He went on to explain that he has learned how to live with PCS. He also said he was not one of the former players suing the NFL as he doesn't believe they knew then what they are learning now.
I don't know if you can get an audio clip from SIRIUS but it would be great listening for anyone wanting to know more about concussions. Harry, said he has told his daughter that he doesn't want his grandson to play football.