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Bill Parise, the agent for former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, has been a busy man ever since his client was released on Saturday. Parise has already let the Cleveland Browns know on Sunday that Harrison would love to play for them and now the Baltimore Sun reports that Parise says Harrison is interested in joining the Baltimore Ravens as well.
"Baltimore would be a great fit for James," Parise told the paper. "They're a contender and a class organization, so James would definitely be interested. I would think they would have a need with the market for (Paul) Kruger."
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Saturday evening I wrote all about the teams that former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison may and may not land with. The most obvious team that he could land with is the Cleveland Browns and apparently even Harrison thinks that would be "great", according to a report Sunday by Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.
"Playing for the Browns would bring...
The Pittsburgh Steelers were forced to cut James Harrison yesterday. Just like last off-season and many before it the Steelers had to make a tough decision in terms of creating cap space. Harrison is nearly 35 and battled with back and knee injuries during the 2012 season. Even so, the Steelers were hoping to keep Harrison around for at least one more year, but the two sides could...
James Harrison did some insane things as part of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The linebacker became the league’s most wanted villain as the face of the Steel City defense.
For all of the crushing hits ( what’s up Colt McCoy?) and the costly fines, Harrison was always about making the big play at the right time while in Pittsburgh.
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One of the most prolific defensive players in Pittsburgh Steelers history is with the franchise no more.
The Steelers announced Saturday that outside linebacker James Harrison was released.
The move came after Pittsburgh's front office was unable to reach agreement with Harrison on a restructured contract. Harrison was set to earn $6.57 million in 2013 and the Steelers are...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the verge of cutting linebacker
James Harrison, according to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports. Pittsburgh and
Harrison continue to have issues coming to an agreement on a pay cut, and
Garafolo notes it is becoming increasingly likely the team releases the
The Steelers are attempting to get under the salary cap, and
they’ve asked several...
The Pittsburgh Steelers had to release James Harrison due to the fact that they could not agree on a new deal. Harrison who has been a vocal leader for the Steelers defense ends his tenure in Pittsburgh. The five time Pro Bowler tweeted out, “It’s been a great run but all good things must come to a end. Thank you Steelers Nation I will miss you all!”
There have been talks between...
Now that the Pittsburgh Steelers have released linebacker James Harrison it will be up to fourth-year linebacker Jason Worilds to fill his shoes at the right outside linebacker position. Those shoes are large ones at that.
Pro Football Focus recently posted about the future of Harrison following his Saturday release and they highlighted his strengths and weaknesses moving forward...
James Harrison became the latest member of the Pittsburgh Steelers to fall victim to the salary cap. The release of Harrison was hardly surprising, and widely expected, despite the fact some would like to have seen Troy Polamalu go instead.
Despite the necessity of Harrison’s release, his tenacity as a pass rusher will be missed by Steeler fans.
Yet, those wishing the Steelers...
It's finally here. The 2013 league year begins at 4:00 p.m. EST today and the last two weeks have been very busy for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who restructured three contracts, issued four restricted tenders, signed cornerback William Gay and guard Ramon Foster to three year deals, and released linebacker James Harrison. That's quite a bit of work, but the work is not done...
Season 3, Episode 83 of The Terrible Podcast is up, and with co-host David Todd in New York covering the Big East tournament, I am joined by Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as we discuss the re-signing of guard Ramon Foster on Monday and what it likely means for guard Willie Colon moving forward.
Linebacker James Harrison was released on Saturday so we discuss the...