Found September 14, 2013 on NFL Draft Diamonds:
Today in an interview the former Steelers linebacker James Harrison took a shot at his former Quarterback Big Ben when he said this: “They lost their best offensive player they had in Pouncey,” Harrison said on a conference call with the Pittsburgh media. While he says he is not someone to talk in the interview […]
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