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According to Gerry Dulac of SportingNews.com, Steelers linebacker James Harrison was held out of practice on Thursday and may not play in Sunday night’s opener against the Broncos.
“Steelers OLB James Harrison did not practice today and his status for the Broncos game is uncertain,” wrote Dulac.
The Steelers have been planning on Harrison being ready for this week.
“The Steelers intended for Harrison to play against the Broncos, though on a limited basis. The plan was to spot him with backup Jason Worilds, who, like Harrison, returned to practice Monday for the first time since last season. Worilds has been out with a wrist injury, but he will play wearing a protective brace,” Dulac wrote.
Harrison recently under went arthroscopic knee surgery. If he does play, he’ll likely only play sparely.
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Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison did not practice for second day in a row and will not suit up for Sunday nights regular season opener against the Broncos in Denver. Harrison has been experiencing soreness in his knee, and according to Dulac, LB Chris Carter will continue...
Earlier we mentioned that Steelers linebacker James Harrison tweeted that he’ll be a game time decision. It looks like that might not be the case.
According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-gazette, Harrison won’t play this week.
James Harrison did not practice for second day in a row and will not play in Denver. Steelers have not released his official status, tho.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison tweeted that he missed Friday’s practice and he’ll likely be a game time decision for Sunday night’s match up with the Broncos.
Didn’t make practice today, looks like it will be a game time decision.
— James Harrison (@jharrison9292) September 7, 2012
Harrison recently underwent arthroscopic knee surgery. If I were a betting...
Pro Bowl linebacker James Harrison did not practice for the second day in a row and will not play in Sunday night's season opener in Denver, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison did not practice on Thursday due to a knee injury.
Harrison had taken limited reps on Wednesday, but was downgraded just three days before the season opener against the Denver Broncos. Source: The Sports Network Attached Thumbnails
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