Found August 15, 2012 on
With the recent news that James Harrison may need another knee surgery prior to the regular season opener, the ‘minds that be’ including my own are swirling with questions. Is this the final year for Harrison? How much more can he take? And who is going to replace him because there really isn’t anyone there to do it right now?
James Harrison’s health is once again a question mark as he may need minor surgery on his knee prior to the season beginning.
Harrison’ s surgery is expected to be nothing more than a simple ‘clean up’ according to his agent Bill Parise and he is still expected to be ready for the season-opening game at Denver. That’s all well and good but at what level of competitiveness can we expect ‘The Silverback’ to be at when he attempts to tear off Peyton Manning’s head?
The Steelers are already thin at the outside linebacker position with Jason Worilds also being on the PUP list. That leaves few options and even fewer with any serious experience. Sure Adrian Robinson ...
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If you have been following my post all offseason and listening to the podcast, you know all about my level of concern regarding the health of Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison heading into the 2012 season. That concern has been even greater ever since Harrison has failed to practice since the first week of OTA's due to some sort of knee problem. In fact, Harrison...
Earlier in the day Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reported that Pittsburgh Steelers right outside linebacker James Harrison was back in Pittsburgh today to get his bothersome knee examined and now Bouchette reports via Twitter that Harrison indeed had a knee scope procedure scheduled for today.
Following up on the report made Bouchette, Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh...
If you watched any of the Pittsburgh Steelers games from last year when right outside linebacker James Harrison was sidelined for four weeks with his fractured orbital bone suffered against the Houston Texans, you clearly know that replacing Harrison with inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons is not something the Steelers ever want to have to do again.
During those four games that...
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison underwent surgery on his left knee Wednesday and his return is uncertain.
The 34-year-old Harrison has been struggling with lingering pain in the knee for months. Coach Mike Tomlin called it a ''minor'' procedure but added he's not ready to put a timetable on when Harrison will be cleared to play.
Harrison is currently...
(Image courtesy of Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)
On Wednesday, Pittsburgh Steelers‘ star outside linebacker James Harrison underwent arthroscopic surgery on his ailing left knee. Though the operation went well, it is uncertain whether or not Harrison will be recovered in time for the team’s season opener on September 9th in Denver.
The game will be a rematch of sorts after the...
If James Harrison injured knee does not improve, it's possible the Steelers' linebacker may need arthroscopic surgery before the season starts to get him ready for the opener, the Beaver County Times reported Tuesday. The Steelers expect Harrison to be ready for the season opener. But he has yet to practice and remains on the physically unable to perform list because of...
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Steelers linebacker James Harrison is now scheduled to undergo a knee scope.
#steelers LB James Harrison had scope scheduled this morning on his knee
— Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) August 15, 2012
This could mean that Harrison might not be ready for the Steelers’ season opener.
The Pittsburgh Steelers only have two more practices remaining before they break camp and thus the special edition of The Terrible Podcast are starting to wind down. My co-host David Todd did four hours of radio today, so tonight you get me flying solo for almost 30 minutes.
The big news on Wednesday of course was that linebacker James Harrison had the scope procedure done on...
Because of injuries, there aren't many of them, but they just might be the toughest positional group on the Steelers' roster. Also, an update on James Harrison.