Found April 14, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Cincinnati Bengals and former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison will try to complete a deal this coming week. The Bengals reportedly are also interested in former Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby, who also visited with them last week, but Harrison appears to be the easier of the two to sign. Harrison took to Twitter last week following his trip to Cincinnati to say that his visit went well with Bengals owner Mike Brown and head coach Marvin Lewis, who have a hole to fill at outside linebacker after losing Manny Lawson to the Buffalo Read more [...]

Report: Harrison 'hates the Steelers'

Bengals linebacker Carlos Dunlap believes that ex-Steeler James Harrison could very well end up with a division rival because the veteran "hates the Steelers now."

Report: Bengals, James Harrison will work on a contract on Monday

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Cincinnati Bengals and free agent linebacker James Harrison will meet on Monday in an attempt to work out a contract. Original plan was for #Bengals/James Harrison to meet Sunday to hammer out a contract. Now they’ll meet Monday & work on contract/details — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 14, 2013   Need NFL Tickets? var...

Report: Contract talks between James Harrison and the Bengals could heat up this weekend

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, contract talks between the Cincinnati Bengals and free agent linebacker James Harrison could heat up this weekend. There’s high level of mutual interest between #Bengals & James Harrison. Contract talks could ramp up this weekend when 2 sides speak again — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 12, 2013 I know Steelers’ fans would be...

Cincinnati Bengals, James Harrison close to a deal

James Harrison is reportedly close to finalizing a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. Yes, after years of tormenting Bengals quarterbacks, the long-time Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker could be calling Cincinnati home. Talk about sleeping with the enemy. The 34-year-old Harrison was released by the Steelers last month after refusing to restructure his contract. After being cut...

Could James Harrison Thrive in the Jungle? Cincinnati Bengals Fans Shouldn’t Hold Their Breath.

James Harrison’s stubborn decision to test the market in Free Agency will most likely cause him to miss out on cashing in on the maximum amount of coin in Pittsburgh. Due to his unwillingness to take a 30 % pay cut, he now will be lucky to get half of the roughly$ 4 million he would’ve received with the Steelers. Will the Bengals really be getting a bargain with Roger Goodell’s...

Bengals rumors: Cincinnati nearing deal with James Harrison

Pittsburgh Steelers free agent linebacker James Harrison met with the Cincinnati Bengals this week, and there was reportedly mutual interest in reaching a deal between the two sides entering the weekend. While it doesn’t appear as if an agreement will be reached this weekend, the Bengals will try to complete a deal with Harrison this week, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Bengals...

Steelers targeting Jarvis Jones?

Mike Florio of believes the Pittsburgh Steelers could be targeting Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones in this year’s draft. Their target very well could be Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones. The Steelers hosted Jones earlier this month, and he’d be an intriguing option with the 17th overall pick.  If he lasts that long. Like so many other first-round prospects...

Report: Cal WR Keenan Allen Red Flagged For A Drug Test At The Combine

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that California WR Keenan Allen was red-flagged for a drug test at this year’s NFL Scouting Combine. According to Schefter, Allen was given another drug test in recent weeks, but the results are currently unknown. Allen’s agent, J.T. Johnson, has since denied that his client failed a drug test at the Combine. Johnson added that the recent drug...

Report: Keenan Allen ‘Red-Flagged’ for Drug Test at NFL Combine

There’s always one. Former Cal wide receiver Keenan Allen was “reg-flagged” for a drug test at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis this year, according to Adam Schefter of Allen was retested this month. Allen’s agent, JT Johnson, denied that Allen failed a drug test, according to Schefter. Allen’s latest test results are unknown. The meaning of the phrase...

Jets bring back Calvin Pace

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New York Jets have signed linebacker Calvin Pace. Jets bringing back LB Calvin Pace on a one-year deal. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 16, 2013   The 32 year-old Pace recorded 55 tackles last season. Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref = document.getElementsByTagName...

Bengals Reach An Agreement With TE Alex Smith

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Bengals have reached an agreement with former Browns TE Alex Smith. A recent report from Geoff Hobson indicated that the two sides were close to agreement, so it’s really not all that surprising that a deal came together just a few days later. Smith, 30, spent the past three seasons with the Browns and is more of a blocking tight end...

Ben Roethlisberger rallying for Steelers to keep Emmanuel Sanders

Yesterday, Adam Schefter tweeted out a comment from an anonymous Steeler who believed Emmanuel Sanders could actually be more talented than Mike Wallace. The Patriots have an offer out to the restricted free agent receiver for $2.5 million, that's more cap space than the Steelers have but they could easily move some money around to match it. The dilemma of course is, would...
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